Lam said a three-step process outlined by which Hong Kong would implement the so-called co-location arrangement for the line to Guangzhou was ‘entirely prudent and lawful’. Photo: Sam Tsang Lam said a three-step process outlined by which Hong Kong would implement the so-called co-location arrangement for the line to Guangzhou was ‘entirely prudent and lawful’. Photo: Sam Tsang
Lam said a three-step process outlined by which Hong Kong would implement the so-called co-location arrangement for the line to Guangzhou was ‘entirely prudent and lawful’. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong leader brushes off concerns of lawyers over China joint rail checkpoint plan, saying legal basis is clear

Carrie Lam hits out at ‘elitist mentality’ held by some in the local legal sector, who she says assume the Hong Kong system to be superior to the mainland’s

Topic |   Hong Kong high-speed rail
Lam said a three-step process outlined by which Hong Kong would implement the so-called co-location arrangement for the line to Guangzhou was ‘entirely prudent and lawful’. Photo: Sam Tsang Lam said a three-step process outlined by which Hong Kong would implement the so-called co-location arrangement for the line to Guangzhou was ‘entirely prudent and lawful’. Photo: Sam Tsang
Lam said a three-step process outlined by which Hong Kong would implement the so-called co-location arrangement for the line to Guangzhou was ‘entirely prudent and lawful’. Photo: Sam Tsang
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