Former civil servant Kwok Cheuk-kin says the payment for overtime work to police officers amounts to favourable treatment that violates provisions for equality under Basic Law. Photo: Dickson Lee

Judicial review challenges Hong Kong government’s decision to grant police HK$1 billion for working overtime during protests

  • Former civil servant Kwok Cheuk-kin says the payment amounts to favourable treatment that violates provisions for equality under Basic Law
  • He also accuses Financial Secretary Paul Chan of violating another Basic Law provision requiring the government to ‘follow the principle of keeping expenditure within the limits of revenues in drawing up its budget’
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Former civil servant Kwok Cheuk-kin says the payment for overtime work to police officers amounts to favourable treatment that violates provisions for equality under Basic Law. Photo: Dickson Lee
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