Police cordon off an area of the HKU campus last month while conducting a raid on the student union’s offices. Photo: Felix Wong Police cordon off an area of the HKU campus last month while conducting a raid on the student union’s offices. Photo: Felix Wong
Police cordon off an area of the HKU campus last month while conducting a raid on the student union’s offices. Photo: Felix Wong

University of Hong Kong quizzing student leaders over how they voted on controversial motion mourning police assailant

  • With four undergraduates arrested on national security grounds, HKU is now asking other student council members to explain their actions by Friday
  • The information will ‘not be used against’ them in future disciplinary proceedings, according to an email seen by the Post

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police cordon off an area of the HKU campus last month while conducting a raid on the student union’s offices. Photo: Felix Wong Police cordon off an area of the HKU campus last month while conducting a raid on the student union’s offices. Photo: Felix Wong
Police cordon off an area of the HKU campus last month while conducting a raid on the student union’s offices. Photo: Felix Wong
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