Claudia Mo (right) argues with Starry Lee Wai-king (left) during a Legco meeting on the extradition bill. Photo: Nora Tam

Lawmakers expect further chaos over Hong Kong extradition bill after pro-Beijing camp’s bid to unseat opposition member ruled non-binding

  • Pro-establishment lawmakers expected to approve motion at House Committee special meeting to issue guidelines to oust Democratic Party’s James To
  • Legislative Council’s legal advisers warn guidelines will not be binding, allowing the pan-democrats to continue filibustering the process
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Claudia Mo (right) argues with Starry Lee Wai-king (left) during a Legco meeting on the extradition bill. Photo: Nora Tam
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Opposition lawmakers protest during a meeting on the extradition bill at the Legislative Council. Photo: Nora Tam

Legal adviser to Hong Kong’s legislature questions why mainland China is not excluded from controversial extradition bill

  • Both Legislative Council’s legal division and prominent scholar Albert Chen raise doubts on amendment ahead of a key meeting among lawmakers
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Opposition lawmakers protest during a meeting on the extradition bill at the Legislative Council. Photo: Nora Tam
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