Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai will not be able to exercise his voting rights at Next Digital while facing national security law charges. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai will not be able to exercise his voting rights at Next Digital while facing national security law charges. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai will not be able to exercise his voting rights at Next Digital while facing national security law charges. Photo: Sam Tsang

National security law: Jimmy Lai’s voting rights at Next Digital suspended, Hong Kong police unit tells company

  • The media group, which owns the Apple Daily tabloid, says the move will have no effect on operations, as the mogul has already relinquished his board seat
  • Lai is currently facing a charge of collusion with foreign forces under the city’s Beijing-imposed security law

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai will not be able to exercise his voting rights at Next Digital while facing national security law charges. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai will not be able to exercise his voting rights at Next Digital while facing national security law charges. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai will not be able to exercise his voting rights at Next Digital while facing national security law charges. Photo: Sam Tsang
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