Crowds hold up their candles at the June 4 vigil in 2019 in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. The event has since been banned on public health grounds. Photo: Sam Tsang
Crowds hold up their candles at the June 4 vigil in 2019 in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. The event has since been banned on public health grounds. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong national security law: former vice-chairwoman of June 4 group fails to block transfer of subversion case to High Court

  • Chow Hang-tung from the disbanded Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China is facing joint count with two other former leaders
  • Prosecutors submitted that Chow’s status in the group and her advocating for its ‘subversive’ operational goals were sufficient grounds for criminal proceedings

Crowds hold up their candles at the June 4 vigil in 2019 in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. The event has since been banned on public health grounds. Photo: Sam Tsang
Crowds hold up their candles at the June 4 vigil in 2019 in Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. The event has since been banned on public health grounds. Photo: Sam Tsang
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