Police officers attempt to block former lawmaker Wu Chi-wai from marching towards Beijing’s liaison office in the city last May. Photo: Felix Wong Police officers attempt to block former lawmaker Wu Chi-wai from marching towards Beijing’s liaison office in the city last May. Photo: Felix Wong
Police officers attempt to block former lawmaker Wu Chi-wai from marching towards Beijing’s liaison office in the city last May. Photo: Felix Wong

All 53 Hong Kong opposition figures arrested under national security law released, except former lawmaker who failed to surrender BN(O) passport

  • Police say ex-Democratic Party chairman Wu Chi-wai claimed he had already turned in his travel documents before admitting keeping BN(O) passport during interview
  • The 58-year-old faces subversion charges under the national security law connected to an unauthorised rally on July 1 of last year

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police officers attempt to block former lawmaker Wu Chi-wai from marching towards Beijing’s liaison office in the city last May. Photo: Felix Wong Police officers attempt to block former lawmaker Wu Chi-wai from marching towards Beijing’s liaison office in the city last May. Photo: Felix Wong
Police officers attempt to block former lawmaker Wu Chi-wai from marching towards Beijing’s liaison office in the city last May. Photo: Felix Wong
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