Hong Kong’s High Court has thrown out a case by a journalists’ union asking that police’s treatment of the media be labelled unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong’s High Court has thrown out a case by a journalists’ union asking that police’s treatment of the media be labelled unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s High Court has thrown out a case by a journalists’ union asking that police’s treatment of the media be labelled unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong courts

Hong Kong’s High Court throws out union’s bid to have police’s treatment of journalists last year labelled unconstitutional

  • Judge Anderson Chow notes, however, that his ruling ‘must not be read’ as passing judgment on whether police acted unlawfully
  • The Hong Kong Journalists Association had sought declarations that police conduct last year was in breach of the Basic Law and Bill of Rights

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Hong Kong’s High Court has thrown out a case by a journalists’ union asking that police’s treatment of the media be labelled unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong’s High Court has thrown out a case by a journalists’ union asking that police’s treatment of the media be labelled unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s High Court has thrown out a case by a journalists’ union asking that police’s treatment of the media be labelled unconstitutional. Photo: Sam Tsang
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