Labour Party head Stephen Kwok has pleaded guilty to contempt and obstructing a security officer over a chaotic 2020 Legislative Council meeting. Photo: Warton Li
Labour Party head Stephen Kwok has pleaded guilty to contempt and obstructing a security officer over a chaotic 2020 Legislative Council meeting. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong Labour Party chairman pleads guilty to contempt, obstructing officer during chaotic Legislative Council meeting

  • Steven Kwok has admitted liability in the case, but requested a hearing to resolve a dispute with prosecutors over the material facts
  • The charges stem from a 2020 House Committee meeting that descended into mayhem

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Labour Party head Stephen Kwok has pleaded guilty to contempt and obstructing a security officer over a chaotic 2020 Legislative Council meeting. Photo: Warton Li
Labour Party head Stephen Kwok has pleaded guilty to contempt and obstructing a security officer over a chaotic 2020 Legislative Council meeting. Photo: Warton Li
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