James Tien called on the central government to find out what the liaison office had been doing. Photo: Felix Wong James Tien called on the central government to find out what the liaison office had been doing. Photo: Felix Wong
James Tien called on the central government to find out what the liaison office had been doing. Photo: Felix Wong

‘Bad boy’ of Hong Kong politics accuses liaison office of interference, but his party says relations with Beijing intact

James Tien says ‘Beijing needs to find out if the office has gone beyond its liaison role’

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2016
James Tien called on the central government to find out what the liaison office had been doing. Photo: Felix Wong James Tien called on the central government to find out what the liaison office had been doing. Photo: Felix Wong
James Tien called on the central government to find out what the liaison office had been doing. Photo: Felix Wong
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