The Hong Kong Bar Association has urged the government to state clearly in a proposed legislative amendment that officials would not have the power to stop residents entering or leaving the city, after accepting clarification that changes targeted the arrival of torture claimants.The legal body issued a statement on Tuesday, after it was criticised by the Security Bureau for mistakenly believing the proposed changes would give immigration authorities the power to bar anyone, including…



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