Journalists Protest Gag Order by U of Hong Kong

November 6, 2015

Journalists are protesting a court order obtained by the University of Hong Kong barring Hong Kong Commercial Broadcasting Company and other media from publishing information about the university’s governing council, including meeting agendas, minutes and other papers, the South China Morning Post reported. The interim gag order was obtained after the broadcaster aired leaked audio clips that were apparently from a closed-door council meeting during which members took a controversial vote against the appointment of a pro-democracy scholar to a pro vice chancellor post.

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