Justice chief defends Hong Kong courts after judicial independence ranking falls for third consecutive year

Justice chief Rimsky Yuen Kwok-keung defended the city’s courts on Thursday after Hong Kong fell five places in the judicial independence category of the latest global competitiveness ranking, compiled by Geneva-based non-profit World Economic Forum.
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