Hong Kong’s departing chief justice offers one last defence of judicial independence at farewell sitting

Hong Kong’s outgoing chief justice, Geoffrey Ma Tao-li, offered his clearest views on the city’s rule of law and judicial independence on Wednesday in a ceremonial farewell sitting to say goodbye to the legal profession and the public.Donning his judicial robes for the last time, Ma emphasised in his remarks at the ceremony that rule of law was about recognising and enforcing “human rights and fundamental freedoms”.“It is not just about being conducive to business and investment,” he added. …

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