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Hong Kong government defends judicial independence after foreign judge quits top court over national security law



The Hong Kong government has defended the city’s judicial independence after doubts were raised by the resignation of a foreign judge from the top court over the national security law.The impartiality of the courts and the common law system were the bedrock of the city’s success as a financial hub and would be protected, a spokesman said in a strongly worded statement issued on Saturday night.The remarks came a day after it emerged Australian judge James Spigelman had stepped down as a non…



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