Andy Tsang said he had never heard talk of a case-by-case basis when he was in office. Photo: SCMP PicturesAndy Tsang said he had never heard talk of a case-by-case basis when he was in office. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Andy Tsang said he had never heard talk of a case-by-case basis when he was in office. Photo: SCMP Pictures

Business groups back former Hong Kong police chief’s proposal to ‘extradite killers first; worry about white-collar crimes later’ for fugitive transfers

  • Former police chief offers solution to thorny issue of getting public support for deal with other jurisdictions, including mainland China
  • Hong Kong government has faced severe blowback from proposal to start handing over fugitives on a case-by-case basis

Topic |   Crime in Hong Kong
Andy Tsang said he had never heard talk of a case-by-case basis when he was in office. Photo: SCMP PicturesAndy Tsang said he had never heard talk of a case-by-case basis when he was in office. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Andy Tsang said he had never heard talk of a case-by-case basis when he was in office. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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