Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung said the most practical approach for the government was to wait for the IPCC’s first report. Photo: Winson WongChief Secretary Matthew Cheung said the most practical approach for the government was to wait for the IPCC’s first report. Photo: Winson Wong
Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung said the most practical approach for the government was to wait for the IPCC’s first report. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong deputy leader says police will fully cooperate with protest inquiry and hints at changes to role of complaints body

  • Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung says Independent Police Complaints Council may review its role but only after report has been finished
  • International experts quit advisory panel after council rejected calls for it to have more powers to investigate police

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung said the most practical approach for the government was to wait for the IPCC’s first report. Photo: Winson WongChief Secretary Matthew Cheung said the most practical approach for the government was to wait for the IPCC’s first report. Photo: Winson Wong
Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung said the most practical approach for the government was to wait for the IPCC’s first report. Photo: Winson Wong
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