Bernard Chan said Hong Kong was nowhere near requiring such emergency powers to be invoked. Photo: May Tse
Bernard Chan said Hong Kong was nowhere near requiring such emergency powers to be invoked. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong emergency powers ‘would be used in a measured way’ to quell anti-government unrest, says city leader’s adviser Bernard Chan

  • But top adviser to Carrie Lam says city is nowhere near needing such drastic measures
  • Emergency Regulations Ordinance would grant the government power to seize property or shut down the internet

Bernard Chan said Hong Kong was nowhere near requiring such emergency powers to be invoked. Photo: May Tse
Bernard Chan said Hong Kong was nowhere near requiring such emergency powers to be invoked. Photo: May Tse
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