(From left) Former lawmaker Leung Kowk-hung, Civil Human Rights Front vice-convenor Figo Chan and Eastern district councillor Tsang Kin-shing appear at West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang (From left) Former lawmaker Leung Kowk-hung, Civil Human Rights Front vice-convenor Figo Chan and Eastern district councillor Tsang Kin-shing appear at West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
(From left) Former lawmaker Leung Kowk-hung, Civil Human Rights Front vice-convenor Figo Chan and Eastern district councillor Tsang Kin-shing appear at West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: three opposition figures charged over unauthorised rally say they will not admit to allegations

  • Leung Kwok-hung, Tsang Kin-shing, and Figo Chan were among eight persons who faced 17 charges that stemmed from a procession on July 1
  • They said they would not plead guilty when asked whether they understood the allegations on the first day of their court hearing on Thursday

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
(From left) Former lawmaker Leung Kowk-hung, Civil Human Rights Front vice-convenor Figo Chan and Eastern district councillor Tsang Kin-shing appear at West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang (From left) Former lawmaker Leung Kowk-hung, Civil Human Rights Front vice-convenor Figo Chan and Eastern district councillor Tsang Kin-shing appear at West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
(From left) Former lawmaker Leung Kowk-hung, Civil Human Rights Front vice-convenor Figo Chan and Eastern district councillor Tsang Kin-shing appear at West Kowloon Court on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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