Tuesday, September 2, 2014   

Push for answers on journalist's sacking
(02-20 15:01)

People Power legislator Albert Chan has proposed invoking Legco's special powers to investigate the sacking of outspoken Commercial Radio host, Li Wei-ling.
Chan said he will raise the issue during tomorrow's house committee meeting.
He wants to discover whether the Chief Executive Leung Chun-yng, or other government officials, had intervened in the day to day operation of the broadcaster.-RTHK


   
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