Bail for another Hong Kong opposition figure from group of 47 charged under national security law

The High Court has granted bail to one more Hong Kong opposition figure among 47 charged over an unofficial primary election last year, bringing the number of defendants bailed under the subversion case to 12.Owen Chow Ka-shing, a candidate in the primary, secured bail of HK$5,000 (US$641) plus a surety of HK$5,000 from Madam Justice Esther Toh Lye-ping on Tuesday, on condition he refrain from all acts and speeches that could endanger national security, as well as from contacting foreign…

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