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Opposition lawmakers (L to R) Dennis Kwok, Alvin Yeung, Kwok Ka-ki and Kenneth Leung. Opposition lawmakers (L to R) Dennis Kwok, Alvin Yeung, Kwok Ka-ki and Kenneth Leung during a news conference at the Legislative Council after the Hong Kong  government removed them following the passage of a law in China allowing the disqualification of officials deemed “unpatriotic.” Photo: Billy H.C. Kwok/Bloomberg

The rule of law in Hong Kong is being questioned once again after four opposition lawmakers, including two barristers, were dismissed from their roles, prompting nearly all of Hong Kong’s remaining opposition lawmakers to resign in protest.

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Vincent Chow

Vincent Chow is a reporter for Law.com International and China Law & Practice, based in Hong Kong. He writes about lawyers and legal issues in Hong Kong and China and covers the business of law, global and domestic law firms, in-house legal departments and regulatory issues. He can be reached at [email protected]

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