Kwong, 36, was ambushed by three people, including one who was filming, as he walked to his car at around 10am on Tuesday morning
Lawmaker says attack on pro-democracy camp is ‘international scandal’
A pro-democracy lawmaker and prominent figure in Hong Kong’s ongoing protests was sent to hospital and discharged following an assault on Tuesday morning.
Roy Kwong Chun-yu, 36, was ambushed by four individuals – including one filming the assault – in a car park in Tin Shui Wai at around 10am, according to the Democratic Party, which he is a member of.
The government later condemned the attack and said police would follow up on the case.
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