Henry Litton, a former judge, has hit out at the Hong Kong government. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protesters want to protect freedoms? Work on defending ‘one country, two systems’ first, retired judge Henry Litton says

  • Former Court of Final Appeal judge launches rare attack on city’s political elite for neglecting people’s needs
  • He calls on authorities to govern, instead of expecting a commission of inquiry – if it is set up – to perform what the administration should be doing
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Henry Litton, a former judge, has hit out at the Hong Kong government. Photo: Winson Wong
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Police watchdog head Anthony Neoh spoke to the Post over the weekend. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong protests need a political solution and that should start with withdrawing extradition bill, police watchdog chief Anthony Neoh says

  • Anthony Neoh, head of the police watchdog, says formally withdrawing the unpopular extradition legislation would give it a ‘proper burial’ and soothe public anger
  • He does not rule out a judge-led inquiry after that
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Police watchdog head Anthony Neoh spoke to the Post over the weekend. Photo: May Tse
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