Wednesday, October 22, 2014   

Activists on bail over Legco protests
(06-24 14:10)

Three activists have appeared in Eastern Court on charges relating to protests inside the Legislative Council complex last month.
They were among about a hundred demonstrators who occupied Legco's lobby on June 6th and 13th, during protests against the government's plan to develop the northeastern New Territories.
The defendants, including the leader of radical group Civic Passion Wong Yeung-tat.
They faced charges including illegal assembly and attempting to forcefully enter the Legco building.
The case was adjourned to August 22 to enable further inquiries to be made.
All three defendants were released on bail. --RTHK   
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