Occupy founders appeal to quash ‘unconstitutional’ charge fails as Hong Kong judge takes case to next stage




The founders of Hong Kong’s 2014 Occupy protests left court disappointed on Tuesday after an application to quash an ‘unconstitutional’ charge was thrown out.

Academics Benny Tai Yiu-ting and Dr Chan Kin-man, Reverend Chu Yiu-ming and five leading protesters had previously asked the District Court to quash the charge of “incitement to incite public nuisance” against them because their lawyers claimed its double criminality was unconstitutional.

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