Winnie Yu, who is charged under the national security law, was granted bail in July this year. Photo: Edmond So Winnie Yu, who is charged under the national security law, was granted bail in July this year. Photo: Edmond So
Winnie Yu, who is charged under the national security law, was granted bail in July this year. Photo: Edmond So

National security law: Hong Kong judge rules subversion defendant without overseas link posed no flight risk

  • Hospital clerk Winnie Yu is one of 47 opposition politicians and activists charged with conspiracy to subvert state power regarding unofficial primary election
  • Judgment finds the 34-year-old is neither a flight risk nor in danger of committing national security offences after she was granted bail

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Winnie Yu, who is charged under the national security law, was granted bail in July this year. Photo: Edmond So Winnie Yu, who is charged under the national security law, was granted bail in July this year. Photo: Edmond So
Winnie Yu, who is charged under the national security law, was granted bail in July this year. Photo: Edmond So
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