Former Legco president Jasper Tsang says officials should stop using the Basic Law to justify the joint checkpoint plan, as this may undermine the mini-constitution. Photo: David Wong Former Legco president Jasper Tsang says officials should stop using the Basic Law to justify the joint checkpoint plan, as this may undermine the mini-constitution. Photo: David Wong
Former Legco president Jasper Tsang says officials should stop using the Basic Law to justify the joint checkpoint plan, as this may undermine the mini-constitution. Photo: David Wong

Admit that Basic Law does not provide legal basis for joint checkpoint plan, Jasper Tsang urges Hong Kong officials

Former Legco president says justifying the arrangement as such will only erode Hongkongers’ faith in the city’s mini-constitution

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Former Legco president Jasper Tsang says officials should stop using the Basic Law to justify the joint checkpoint plan, as this may undermine the mini-constitution. Photo: David Wong Former Legco president Jasper Tsang says officials should stop using the Basic Law to justify the joint checkpoint plan, as this may undermine the mini-constitution. Photo: David Wong
Former Legco president Jasper Tsang says officials should stop using the Basic Law to justify the joint checkpoint plan, as this may undermine the mini-constitution. Photo: David Wong
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