Britain’s top diplomat in Hong Kong has hit out at critics of the city’s judges and stressed the importance of the rule of law in the wake of a controversial court decision that saw seven police officers jailed for assaulting a protester in 2014.
Just 10 days before the chief executive election, consul general Andrew Heyn described social polarisation as a major challenge facing Hong Kong and its next leader.
“Like the UK Prime Minister, the next chief executive faces a…
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