Ivan Lam Long-yin (centre), chairman of Demosisto, flanked by Joshua Wong, and former party chairman Nathan Law, discusses the alleged detentions of two party members on mainland China. Photo: Felix Wong Ivan Lam Long-yin (centre), chairman of Demosisto, flanked by Joshua Wong, and former party chairman Nathan Law, discusses the alleged detentions of two party members on mainland China. Photo: Felix Wong
Ivan Lam Long-yin (centre), chairman of Demosisto, flanked by Joshua Wong, and former party chairman Nathan Law, discusses the alleged detentions of two party members on mainland China. Photo: Felix Wong
Carrie Lam

No evidence pair from Joshua Wong’s Demosisto party were detained by Chinese security services, Hong Kong leader says

City’s chief executive calls allegations by localist party founder Joshua Wong ‘unsubstantiated’, and points to cross-border agreement which says Hong Kong must be notified if a resident is arrested or detained on mainland

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Ivan Lam Long-yin (centre), chairman of Demosisto, flanked by Joshua Wong, and former party chairman Nathan Law, discusses the alleged detentions of two party members on mainland China. Photo: Felix Wong Ivan Lam Long-yin (centre), chairman of Demosisto, flanked by Joshua Wong, and former party chairman Nathan Law, discusses the alleged detentions of two party members on mainland China. Photo: Felix Wong
Ivan Lam Long-yin (centre), chairman of Demosisto, flanked by Joshua Wong, and former party chairman Nathan Law, discusses the alleged detentions of two party members on mainland China. Photo: Felix Wong
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