Coronavirus: Hong Kong judge finds ex-lawmaker Tanya Chan, opposition colleague not guilty of social-distancing violations after bar gathering

Former opposition lawmaker Tanya Chan and an ex-colleague from the Civic Party have been found not guilty of breaking social-distancing rules at a gathering held at a bar last year.Chan, 49, and party colleague Gordon Lam Sui-wa, 36, were accused of taking part in an illegal gathering at the HANDS bar on Tai Nan Street in Sham Shui Po on April 2, 2020.But Magistrate Andy Cheng Lim-chi of Kowloon City Court on Friday accepted that their meeting was “conducive to the prevention and control” of…

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