【抗暴26周】法律界斥政府用盡涉違憲法例打壓社運 憂法治人權狀況續惡化

一場反修例運動揭示香港人權、法治問題岌岌可危,中央的行政、立法、司法機關「互相配合」言論更惹爭議,法政匯思召集人Jason Ng及法律界選委都表示對香港情況感悲觀,其中Jason直斥特區政府以賭博心態用盡有違憲機會的法例,打壓社會運動,導致釋法危機,「賭一鋪……輸就釋法」,坦言港府「點都會贏」,惟望港府仍會忌諱民意,呼籲市民勿鬆懈,持續關注情況。

Hong Kong police arrest young leaders, activists warn ‘will ignite further anger’

Police in Hong Kong have arrested at least three young leaders, including one of the city’s most prominent democratic activists, a day before a weekend of new protests are expected to begin.

Masked men attack young Hong Kong march organiser in restaurant

The young organiser of the peaceful, million-strong Hong Kong marches has been attacked by masked men in a restaurant, Hong Kong police have confirmed.

關於有人提議訂製「觀察 Polite」背心,唔好試!

是咁的。關於有人提議訂製「觀察 Polite」黑色背心示威遊行時著,已經有高手做咗相關嘅法律分析,不過我噚氣少少都係講多次 — 唔好試!

Hong Kong police: Anger swells against ‘Asia’s Finest’

Once dubbed "Asia's Finest", Hong Kong's police are fighting allegations of using excessive violence against protesters, their headquarters besieged twice in the last week as calls for an independent inquiry into their tactics swell.

Hong Kong Marchers Flood Streets Over Extradition Bill

HONG KONG—Protesters poured into this city’s streets for a second Sunday despite the suspension of a controversial bill to expand the government’s extradition powers, as a week of demonstrations appeared to be spiraling into a broader political movement.

Hong Kong leader halts extradition bill but opponents vow fresh rally

Hong Kong (AFP) - Hong Kong's embattled leader on Saturday suspended a hugely divisive bill that would allow extraditions to China, in a major climbdown following unprecedented unrest, but protesters vowed to press ahead with a mass Sunday rally.

Hong Kong has pulled off an amazing win against a dire threat to its freedoms

The odds were long but the million people who turned out last Sunday—and the tens of thousands who circled government offices—did it. Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam today (June 15) changed course, saying she had decided to indefinitely suspend a controversial bill that would have made it possible to extradite people from the city to China’s mainland to face trial.

Hong Kong protests: “These protesters see China as a bulldozer”

Hong Kong protests: "These protesters see China as a bulldozer"

Hongkong : «Pékin a les opposants dans le viseur»

L’exécutif pro-chinois de l’ex-colonie britannique est décidé à autoriser les extraditions vers la Chine. Après une mobilisation d’un million de personnes dimanche, le gouvernement devait commencer ce mercredi à examiner le projet de loi, qui sera soumis au vote le 20 juin. Un examen finalement reporté.

Panel discussion: Fighting the good fight in defence of Hong Kong’s rule of law

Our members Craig Choy and Senia Ng, and academic Benson Wong attended a lively panel discussion at HKU on Tuesday to discuss what civil society and academia can do to slow down or reverse the regressing rule of law in Hong Kong. Convenor Jason Ng moderated the discussion.

馬雲入黨不報 阿里恐有手尾跟 市場質疑不符美上市要求

美國執業律師、法政匯思發言人Jason Y. Ng表示,根據美國證監會條文,管理層需要披露其工作經驗、職能、在機構外的主要商業活動等,很多美國上市的中國國有企業,都沒有公開自己的共產黨員身份。除非可以證明其身份對公司的生意營運、財政狀況有重大影響,否則如共產黨員身份與公司生意無關,便毋須硬性規定披露。他認為要證明馬雲為公司所作的決定,是受其黨員身份影響,例如電郵、電話錄音,證明國家有干預阿里巴巴,「不過到其時,阿里巴巴所要面對的問題,是比無披露馬雲身份更嚴重」。

The Victoria Park Tiananmen vigil debate: Should you go, or stay at home?

Today marks the twenty-eighth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, known more delicately in this part of the world as the June 4th Incident. Members of the so-called ‘June 4th Generation’—people born in, or before, the 1980s who feel a deep connection with the thousands of student protesters murdered that summer—have always felt a sense of duty toward them: to vindicate their death, and until then, ensure that the younger generations do not forget what happened.