Professor Lau Siu-kai warned that the National People’s Congress might eventually have to interpret the Basic Law if the case ended up in the Court of Final Appeal. Photo: Simon Song Professor Lau Siu-kai warned that the National People’s Congress might eventually have to interpret the Basic Law if the case ended up in the Court of Final Appeal. Photo: Simon Song
Professor Lau Siu-kai warned that the National People’s Congress might eventually have to interpret the Basic Law if the case ended up in the Court of Final Appeal. Photo: Simon Song

National People’s Congress might step in to interpret Basic Law if oath-taking case ends up in Court of Final Appeal, scholar warns

Think tank vice-chairman Professor Lau Siu-kai says Legco president reversed decision to let two lawmakers swear in again to avoid offending Beijing

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Professor Lau Siu-kai warned that the National People’s Congress might eventually have to interpret the Basic Law if the case ended up in the Court of Final Appeal. Photo: Simon Song Professor Lau Siu-kai warned that the National People’s Congress might eventually have to interpret the Basic Law if the case ended up in the Court of Final Appeal. Photo: Simon Song
Professor Lau Siu-kai warned that the National People’s Congress might eventually have to interpret the Basic Law if the case ended up in the Court of Final Appeal. Photo: Simon Song
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