Experts say the judiciary must ensure its plan to appoint lay members to its system of handling complaints against judges does not become politicised. Photo: Robert Ng Experts say the judiciary must ensure its plan to appoint lay members to its system of handling complaints against judges does not become politicised. Photo: Robert Ng
Experts say the judiciary must ensure its plan to appoint lay members to its system of handling complaints against judges does not become politicised. Photo: Robert Ng

Experts welcome moves to increase transparency in handling complaints against Hong Kong judges, but warn system must not be politicised

  • Including lay members in new panel dealing with complaints intended to boost public confidence
  • Complaints against judges and court decisions have shot up since 2019 anti-government protests

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Experts say the judiciary must ensure its plan to appoint lay members to its system of handling complaints against judges does not become politicised. Photo: Robert Ng Experts say the judiciary must ensure its plan to appoint lay members to its system of handling complaints against judges does not become politicised. Photo: Robert Ng
Experts say the judiciary must ensure its plan to appoint lay members to its system of handling complaints against judges does not become politicised. Photo: Robert Ng
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