3Novices:Transparency urged on how Hong Kong handles sanctuary claims after those who sheltered Edward Snowden see applications rejected

Legal experts and advocates have called for better decision-making and greater transparency in the way Hong Kong evaluates the claims of people who arrive in the city seeking sanctuary from torture or persecution in their home countries.
The call follows the recent high-profile government rejection of claims made by seven asylum seekers who helped American whistle-blower Edward Snowden hide out in the city in 2013. They are preparing to file appeals, joining hundreds of others who have fought…
May 20, 2017 at 07:45PM
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