Hong Kong’s justice minister has moved to calm fears that the city’s leader will appoint judges to hear specific cases under the new national security law. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong’s justice minister has moved to calm fears that the city’s leader will appoint judges to hear specific cases under the new national security law. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong’s justice minister has moved to calm fears that the city’s leader will appoint judges to hear specific cases under the new national security law. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong national security law: justice minister seeks to calm fears over impending legislation and says group of judges will be appointed to hear cases

  • Teresa Cheng says she does not believe city’s leader will be appointing judges to hear specific cases
  • Secretary for justice cited example of list of judges to hear commercial cases

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Hong Kong’s justice minister has moved to calm fears that the city’s leader will appoint judges to hear specific cases under the new national security law. Photo: Robert Ng Hong Kong’s justice minister has moved to calm fears that the city’s leader will appoint judges to hear specific cases under the new national security law. Photo: Robert Ng
Hong Kong’s justice minister has moved to calm fears that the city’s leader will appoint judges to hear specific cases under the new national security law. Photo: Robert Ng
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