Nothing should be done to undermine the rule of law in Hong Kong, the Law Society says. Photo: EPA Nothing should be done to undermine the rule of law in Hong Kong, the Law Society says. Photo: EPA
Nothing should be done to undermine the rule of law in Hong Kong, the Law Society says. Photo: EPA

Hong Kong’s Law Society hits out at complaints against judiciary, says unfair and unfounded attacks cannot be tolerated

  • The body, which has more than 11,000 members, says it has ‘full confidence in the independence and the role of the courts’
  • Judiciary has frequently come under fire from both sides of political divide for rulings on cases related to the anti-government protests

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Nothing should be done to undermine the rule of law in Hong Kong, the Law Society says. Photo: EPA Nothing should be done to undermine the rule of law in Hong Kong, the Law Society says. Photo: EPA
Nothing should be done to undermine the rule of law in Hong Kong, the Law Society says. Photo: EPA
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