The Hong Kong government has said critics of the recent ousting of four opposition lawmakers are applying ‘double standards’. Photo: Nora Tam The Hong Kong government has said critics of the recent ousting of four opposition lawmakers are applying ‘double standards’. Photo: Nora Tam
The Hong Kong government has said critics of the recent ousting of four opposition lawmakers are applying ‘double standards’. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong government lashes out at foreign critics of lawmakers’ disqualification, accusing them of sowing division between city and mainland

  • Government says ‘foreign political figures’ are applying ‘double standards’ to Hong Kong, maintaining their countries would have done the same
  • In separate response to city’s Law Society, government insists Beijing’s resolution on disqualifications reinforces ‘one country, two systems’

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
The Hong Kong government has said critics of the recent ousting of four opposition lawmakers are applying ‘double standards’. Photo: Nora Tam The Hong Kong government has said critics of the recent ousting of four opposition lawmakers are applying ‘double standards’. Photo: Nora Tam
The Hong Kong government has said critics of the recent ousting of four opposition lawmakers are applying ‘double standards’. Photo: Nora Tam
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