The quitting of overseas experts as advisers to a review of the force’s actions during anti-government protests has laid bare the deficiencies of Hong Kong’s police watchdog in probing territory-wide conduct of officers, academics and civil rights group say, adding that an inquiry commission is the best way forward.Lawrence Ho Ka-ki, assistant professor of social sciences at Education University, said the decision of the five overseas experts, who came from major western democracies and common…


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