Ronson Chan (right), vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, speaks at a briefing on a planned rally. Photo: Edmond So Ronson Chan (right), vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, speaks at a briefing on a planned rally. Photo: Edmond So
Ronson Chan (right), vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, speaks at a briefing on a planned rally. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong’s No 2 official rejects application by journalists’ groups to hold rally, saying coronavirus situation remains severe

  • Appeal board had granted conditional approval for Hong Kong Journalists Association event but Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung had final say
  • Rally planned for Sunday was over arrest of RTHK reporter who was involved in producing programme on July 21 Yuen Long mob attack

Topic |   Press freedom in Hong Kong
Ronson Chan (right), vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, speaks at a briefing on a planned rally. Photo: Edmond So Ronson Chan (right), vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, speaks at a briefing on a planned rally. Photo: Edmond So
Ronson Chan (right), vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Journalists Association, speaks at a briefing on a planned rally. Photo: Edmond So
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