A Hong Kong opposition politician is taking legal action against a government administrator serving the district council he chairs for refusing to facilitate discussion of an arrest during social unrest this year.Lo Kin-hei, Southern District Council’s chairman, has applied for judicial review to force the secretary to place the police handling of vulnerable suspects on the agenda, in what he believes will be the first time councillors have taken their secretariat to court.Police detain dozens…


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