Tam Tak-chi speaks at a Civil Human Rights Front protest against the banning of the Hong Kong National Party, in 2018. Photo: Edmond So Tam Tak-chi speaks at a Civil Human Rights Front protest against the banning of the Hong Kong National Party, in 2018. Photo: Edmond So
Tam Tak-chi speaks at a Civil Human Rights Front protest against the banning of the Hong Kong National Party, in 2018. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong opposition activist Tam Tak-chi first person charged under colonial-era sedition law since city’s return to China in 1997

  • Leading figure of localist group People Power faces a total six counts over uttering seditious words and disorderly conduct in public places
  • Tam appeared in Fanling Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday afternoon after spending more than 48 hours in police custody

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Tam Tak-chi speaks at a Civil Human Rights Front protest against the banning of the Hong Kong National Party, in 2018. Photo: Edmond So Tam Tak-chi speaks at a Civil Human Rights Front protest against the banning of the Hong Kong National Party, in 2018. Photo: Edmond So
Tam Tak-chi speaks at a Civil Human Rights Front protest against the banning of the Hong Kong National Party, in 2018. Photo: Edmond So
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