Hong kong : the freedom to act outside the law - The Point

This summer, the judges of hong Kong are not going to have plenty of work. Just this Monday, 6 July, two procedures have been hitting the headlines. The court o

Hong kong : the freedom to act outside the law - The Point

This summer, the judges of hong Kong are not going to have plenty of work. Just this Monday, 6 July, two procedures have been hitting the headlines. The court of Kowloon-West, the mainland part of the former british colony, Tong Ying-kit, 23 years old, appears for the first time after having been charged for "inciting secession" and " terrorism ". His crime ? On 1 July, on the sidelines of an event, he was driving his motorcycle racing Honda on the back of which he had planted a flag " Free hong Kong ", popular slogan among the protesters, loaded with a call to independence using the g...

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