A committee advising the judiciary on disciplinary matters will include lay members for the first time starting later this month. Photo: Bloomberg A committee advising the judiciary on disciplinary matters will include lay members for the first time starting later this month. Photo: Bloomberg
A committee advising the judiciary on disciplinary matters will include lay members for the first time starting later this month. Photo: Bloomberg

New committee tasked with advising Hong Kong judiciary on complaints will have 4 non-judges as members

  • In first for city, laypeople will advise judiciary on how to handle complaints against judges following revamp of system
  • New nine-member committee could contribute to ‘more palatable’ conclusions in disciplinary cases, former top prosecutor says

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
A committee advising the judiciary on disciplinary matters will include lay members for the first time starting later this month. Photo: Bloomberg A committee advising the judiciary on disciplinary matters will include lay members for the first time starting later this month. Photo: Bloomberg
A committee advising the judiciary on disciplinary matters will include lay members for the first time starting later this month. Photo: Bloomberg
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