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Leung Chung Hang will appeal the decision of the high court

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By Ling Tang, 15th November, 2016


The high court ruled the two newly elected legislative councilors, Sixtus Baggio Leung Chung-hang and Yau Wai-ching have to vacate their Legco seats on Tuesday. Leung dissatisfied the decision of the high court and later will discuss legal action with lawyers.


Speaking at a student assembly in Shue Yan University on Tuesday,“ I do everything with no regrets, the decision of the court is far more important than the Legco seats.” said Leung. He said, the decision was affecting the core values of judicial independence policy and separation powers of Hong Kong. Therefore, this was a fight for protecting Hong Kong judicial independence, and the people who have the same ideas with Youngspiration.


Leung said, there was no objective standard on NPC interpretation on "The oath must be made gravely and in good faith”, he disagreed the interpretation of NPC. Leung would try other means to counter work the decision of the high court, he would not preclude the possibility that applying the injunction, appeal or other actions.

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Youngspiration elected legislator Baggio Leung XXxx said he has no regret after a High Court judge disqualified him and Yau Wai-ching for having rejected thier oaths in their oath-taking on Oct 12.

He said he was disappointed with the ruling, adding he would consider an appeal against the ruling and an injunction of the disqualification order.

In a judgment handed down today, Judge Justice Au XXX ruled the pair had rejected their oaths as they “did not truthfully and faithfully intend to commit themselves” to it as required by law. Leung and Yau added derogatory remarks on China in their oaths.

Speaking on the ruling at a talk at xxxx shortly after it was delivered, Leung said: "I am now more calm than I had anticipated... I have no regret. I will only have regret if I have done something wrong. I have not.'

Leung was elected with Xxxx votes in the Legco XXX in Sept. He said he did not think he has failed to live up to the expectation of voters who voted for him.

"I don’t think I have disappointed my voters and supporters, maybe some of them don’t agree what I have done in the oath last month, but they can’t expect we will act like “normal” lawmakers in the coming four years.’ Leung said.

He said the impacts of the ruling on HK's independent judiciary and separation of powers were far more important than the two seats they lost.

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