Once again, a Hong Kong court postpones the Jimmy Lai national security trial.
Once again, a Hong Kong court has postponed the trial of media tycoon Jimmy Lai, who is accused of violating the territory’s national security law. The trial was originally set to begin on April 7, but was postponed until May 28. Lai, who is the founder of the pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily, is facing charges of colluding with foreign forces and money laundering. If convicted, he could face up to life in prison. Lai’s trial is seen as a test of the national security law, which was imposed by the Chinese government last year. The law has been criticized by the international community for eroding Hong Kong’s autonomy and curtailing its freedoms. Lai’s supporters say the charges against him are politically motivated and that he is being persecuted for his pro-democracy views.
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