Timothy Lee (left) of Synergy Kowloon and Jack Tung, organisers of a rally planned for July 27, with a list of questions police asked them. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong police demand march organisers answer 32 questions before getting go-ahead, prompting fears freedom of assembly is being undermined

  • Police issue questions in two batches to Synergy Kowloon, which is applying to hold march against influx of mainland Chinese tourists in Hung Hom
  • Other activists say move is unusual and could be intended to push up administrative costs for organisers of future protests
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Timothy Lee (left) of Synergy Kowloon and Jack Tung, organisers of a rally planned for July 27, with a list of questions police asked them. Photo: May Tse
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