Hong Kong company founded by CY Leung accuses education minister of wanting to ‘keep public in dark’ over teachers guilty of professional misconduct

Lawyers for a company founded by former Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying have accused the education minister of misinterpreting government policy, in a judicial challenge over the authorities’ refusal to name teachers guilty of professional misconduct over the civil unrest in 2019.The company, 803 Funds, had demanded to know the identity of 39 teachers and their respective schools, as well as the details of what they did wrong.But the Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung Yun-hung twice rejected…

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