Hong Kong’s judiciary dismisses claims magistrate posted to High Court job because of complaints over rulings in protest cases

Hong Kong’s judiciary has dismissed suggestions that the appointment of a magistrate to an administrative post at the High Court is linked to complaints by the pro-establishment camp over his recent rulings in cases related to anti-government protests.In a statement on Tuesday, it sought to reassure that judges applied the law without political consideration when handling cases.Stanley Ho Chun-yiu, a magistrate at Eastern Court, was appointed as a temporary deputy registrar of the High Court,…

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