Ousted Hong Kong district councillor told to repay HK$110,000 in allowances to government

Hong Kong authorities have told an opposition politician recently stripped of his district council seat to return more than HK$110,000 (US$14,100) in allowances and payments for expenses.Former Kowloon City district councillor Tony Kwok Tin-lap on Thursday said he was considering seeking legal advice over the government’s “unreasonable” move.The Democratic Party member was one of 10 opposition councillors unseated on September 29 after their allegiance to the city was called into question…


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