Joshua Wong speaks to reporters after his application for a judicial review of his banning from last year’s district council elections was rejected. Photo: Sam Tsang Joshua Wong speaks to reporters after his application for a judicial review of his banning from last year’s district council elections was rejected. Photo: Sam Tsang
Joshua Wong speaks to reporters after his application for a judicial review of his banning from last year’s district council elections was rejected. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong opposition activist Joshua Wong loses legal bid to overturn district council elections ban

  • Wong was disqualified from running because the returning officer did not believe he had changed his stance on Hong Kong independence
  • He had asked High Court to rule that he had fulfilled all requirements to run in November polls last year

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Joshua Wong speaks to reporters after his application for a judicial review of his banning from last year’s district council elections was rejected. Photo: Sam Tsang Joshua Wong speaks to reporters after his application for a judicial review of his banning from last year’s district council elections was rejected. Photo: Sam Tsang
Joshua Wong speaks to reporters after his application for a judicial review of his banning from last year’s district council elections was rejected. Photo: Sam Tsang
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