General view of the East Wing Forecourt (informally known as Civic Square) of the Central Government Offices on the day of its reopening to the public. Photo: Edward Wong General view of the East Wing Forecourt (informally known as Civic Square) of the Central Government Offices on the day of its reopening to the public. Photo: Edward Wong
General view of the East Wing Forecourt (informally known as Civic Square) of the Central Government Offices on the day of its reopening to the public. Photo: Edward Wong
Carrie Lam

Carrie Lam says government will revisit guidelines on use of ‘Civic Square’ following High Court ruling of restrictions being unconstitutional

  • The forecourt, in front of government headquarters, has been a popular location for protests, including one which saw the jailing of three activists
  • Lam’s predecessor, Leung Chun-ying, had ordered the area sealed off shortly before the Occupy protests in September 2014

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General view of the East Wing Forecourt (informally known as Civic Square) of the Central Government Offices on the day of its reopening to the public. Photo: Edward Wong General view of the East Wing Forecourt (informally known as Civic Square) of the Central Government Offices on the day of its reopening to the public. Photo: Edward Wong
General view of the East Wing Forecourt (informally known as Civic Square) of the Central Government Offices on the day of its reopening to the public. Photo: Edward Wong
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