Statement on the Convictions of Speech Therapists Union Leaders for Sedition
Signing away the freedom of the press
This judgment yet again affirms that with the national security law, all common law or statutory protections of rights and freedoms that we have always known go out the window.
Apple Daily trial: expeditious when it suits
Apple Daily executives’ national security trial for “conspiring to collude with foreign forces” and sedition is fixed for this December. The judges claimed the trial should be heard expeditiously – but this reeks of hypocrisy.
Leaps of logic in Keith Fong’s conviction for perverting justice
Mere speculation is reasonable suspicion, one possibility is beyond reasonable doubt. That’s the new standard.
Five years for inciting secession: just what the prosecution ordered
The Hong Kong courts get to have their cake and eat it: they borrow the support of the most restrictive common law cases, while distinguishing liberal cases by claiming that the constitutional framework is different.
Taiwan Plus: UK Judges Resign from Hong Kong Court
Statement on the Resignations of Foreign Judges
Hong Kong Rule of Law Monitor welcomes the resignations of Lord Reed and Lord Hodge from the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal PDF version