The bureau led by security chief John Lee failed to insert a clause that would have allowed Hongkongers’ anonymous thoughts on the extradition bill to be available for public examination, says a critical ombudsman ruling. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong government slammed in ombudsman ruling on suppression of public feedback to extradition bill

  • Watchdog upholds complaint against Security Bureau’s refusal to publish submissions from Hongkongers’ on draft legislation that ignited protests
  • Handling of the consultation ‘clearly improper and extremely undesirable’
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The bureau led by security chief John Lee failed to insert a clause that would have allowed Hongkongers’ anonymous thoughts on the extradition bill to be available for public examination, says a critical ombudsman ruling. Photo: AFP
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