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Martin Lee and Albert Ho Martin Lee and Albert Ho

Two prominent lawyers were among 15 public figures arrested in Hong Kong on April 18 for their alleged roles in organizing last year’s political protests, prompting the Hong Kong Bar Association to criticize the move as one that “could be perceived as interference,” in contravention of Hong Kong’s Basic Law, the local Constitution.

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