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Sulu Sou and Scott Chiang trial postponed to 14 May

The judge has ordered the process to resume, and a re-run of the first hearing has been scheduled for 14 May.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:50 am

The judge overseeing the case of two former presidents of the New Macau Association, Sulu Sou and Scott Chiang – who have been presented with the charge of aggravated disobedience after a street protest – has ordered a resumption of the trial that had been interrupted.

The trial was halted before the first hearing due to different processes involving the suspects running simultaneously. Now the judge has ordered the process to resume, and a re-run of the first hearing has been scheduled for May 14. The judicial process had been interrupted several times, including once at the Legislative Assembly in order to decide whether the mandate of lawmaker Sou should be suspended, so as to allow the suspect to be able to speak in court.

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:50 am

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