(L-R) Horace Cheung, the incoming deputy justice secretary, alongside fellow cabinet appointees, Cheuk Wing-hing and Paul Chan. Photo: Nora Tam
(L-R) Horace Cheung, the incoming deputy justice secretary, alongside fellow cabinet appointees, Cheuk Wing-hing and Paul Chan. Photo: Nora Tam
John Lee

Hong Kong’s incoming deputy justice secretary to quit pro-Beijing group amid concerns membership could undermine impartiality

  • Horace Cheung reveals on social media he will not retain membership of Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong
  • Decision comes amid concerns his party affiliation could undermine public perception of impartiality in handling prosecution matters

(L-R) Horace Cheung, the incoming deputy justice secretary, alongside fellow cabinet appointees, Cheuk Wing-hing and Paul Chan. Photo: Nora Tam
(L-R) Horace Cheung, the incoming deputy justice secretary, alongside fellow cabinet appointees, Cheuk Wing-hing and Paul Chan. Photo: Nora Tam
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