Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen says there is room for further amending the method of selecting the Chief Executive by universal suffrage after 2017 according to Hong Kong’s actual situation.
Commissioner of Police Andy Tsang said that Police perform their duties in accordance with the law and have no political consideration.
Hong Kong's overall law and order situation improved in 2014, with a 7.1% drop in crime, taking it to the lowest level since 1997, Commissioner of Police Andy Tsang says.
Immigration officers have arrested 13 people aged 32 to 72, including eight illegal workers and five employers for hiring them.
A 59-year-old woman was killed and a 51-year-old public light bus driver was arrested for dangerous driving following an accident in Wong Tai Sin on January 21.
Special amnesty is not applicable in cases stemming from the Occupy movement, Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen says/
Financial Secretary John C Tsang officiated at a cocktail reception to celebrate International Customs Day.
It is more appropriate for Hong Kong to form anti-subversion legislation with Article 23 of the Basic Law, than introduce the national security law to Hong Kong, Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen says.
The Fire Services Department will introduce new equipment to boost the performance and protection of firefighters and ambulancemen.
The Government will introduce amendments to the Arbitration Ordinance to remove some legal uncertainties relating to the opt-in mechanism provided for domestic arbitration.
To reduce traffic accidents involving pedestrians, in particular senior citizens, the Police have launched a week-long city-wide road safety campaign.
Hong Kong and India have signed the Agreement on Transfer of Sentenced Persons.
Secretary for Security TK Lai says the Government has no plan to implement Article 23 of the Basic Law.
A 57-year-old taxi driver was killed and a 57-year-old bus driver arrested for dangerous driving causing death in Tai Wai.
Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen has attended the Conference of Attorneys General in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to exchange views on the roles of attorneys general in a changing Asia.
The Government has the responsibility to emphasise the rule of law in the wake of recent illegal acts and a large-scale illegal movement, Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen says.
Secretary for Security TK Lai defends a Police decision to arrest Occupy movement protesters even though some had been released unconditionally after refusing bail.
Hong Kong and the Netherlands Police have signed a letter of intent on combating international crime.
Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen will attend the Conference of Asian Attorneys General in Colombo from January 17 to 19, held by Sri Lanka's Attorney General's Department.