(From left) Ted Hui, Helena Wong, Wu Chi-wai, Fernando Cheung, Steven Kwok and Andrew Wan appear at West Kowloon Court on Friday. Lawmaker Lam Cheuk-ting (far right) attended in support. Photo: Winson Wong
(From left) Ted Hui, Helena Wong, Wu Chi-wai, Fernando Cheung, Steven Kwok and Andrew Wan appear at West Kowloon Court on Friday. Lawmaker Lam Cheuk-ting (far right) attended in support. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong lawmakers, activists charged over chaotic Legco meeting can enter pleas in February, court rules

  • The eight were granted a three-month adjournment on Friday, as they hope to first weigh the outcome of a similar prosecution at city’s top court
  • Their case is one of four such proceedings examining how much freedom a 1985 Legco ordinance grants lawmakers to disturb meetings

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
(From left) Ted Hui, Helena Wong, Wu Chi-wai, Fernando Cheung, Steven Kwok and Andrew Wan appear at West Kowloon Court on Friday. Lawmaker Lam Cheuk-ting (far right) attended in support. Photo: Winson Wong
(From left) Ted Hui, Helena Wong, Wu Chi-wai, Fernando Cheung, Steven Kwok and Andrew Wan appear at West Kowloon Court on Friday. Lawmaker Lam Cheuk-ting (far right) attended in support. Photo: Winson Wong
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