The offending banner calling for the release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives being held on mainland China after being caught trying to flee to Taiwan. Photo: Dickson Lee The offending banner calling for the release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives being held on mainland China after being caught trying to flee to Taiwan. Photo: Dickson Lee
The offending banner calling for the release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives being held on mainland China after being caught trying to flee to Taiwan. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong opposition lawmaker refuses official demand to remove ‘offending’ street banners taking aim at government

  • Democratic Party legislator Helena Wong was initially given approval to hang publicity materials in her constituency of Kowloon West
  • But Lands Department claims messages, which criticise education and call for release of fugitive Hongkongers held on mainland China, violate rules

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
The offending banner calling for the release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives being held on mainland China after being caught trying to flee to Taiwan. Photo: Dickson Lee The offending banner calling for the release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives being held on mainland China after being caught trying to flee to Taiwan. Photo: Dickson Lee
The offending banner calling for the release of 12 Hong Kong fugitives being held on mainland China after being caught trying to flee to Taiwan. Photo: Dickson Lee
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