A court in Hong Kong had previously ruled that the publication of voter registries was both lawful and constitutionally compliant. Photo: ReutersA court in Hong Kong had previously ruled that the publication of voter registries was both lawful and constitutionally compliant. Photo: Reuters
A court in Hong Kong had previously ruled that the publication of voter registries was both lawful and constitutionally compliant. Photo: Reuters

Appeal court reinstates ban on Hong Kong government making electoral registers public

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Topic |   Hong Kong courts
A court in Hong Kong had previously ruled that the publication of voter registries was both lawful and constitutionally compliant. Photo: ReutersA court in Hong Kong had previously ruled that the publication of voter registries was both lawful and constitutionally compliant. Photo: Reuters
A court in Hong Kong had previously ruled that the publication of voter registries was both lawful and constitutionally compliant. Photo: Reuters
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