To, James Kun Sun 涂謹申

LegCo - who's got religion?
There were 19 oath-taking Christians in last week's LegCo swearing in, 7 non-religious oaths, and 44 affirmations. So who believes in a higher power than Beijing? (16-Oct-2016)
LCQ: Legal proceedings related to CITIC (0267)
HK Government, 15-Oct-2014
Govt says police investigations into CITIC are ongoing. Legal battle over whether documents and disks seized by police are subject to legal professional privilege won't be heard in Court of Appeal until May-2015. Thanks to legislator James To Kun Sun for raising this again.
Legislator James To Kun-sun's trip with wife to France on Cathay Pacific Airways
HK Legislative Council, 23-Aug-2013
Lawmakers fly into storm over Cathay trip to France
HK Standard, 22-Aug-2013
Apparently some lawmakers think that if you declare a gift then it is OK to receive it. James To says he needed to find out about Cathay's investment in Airbus planes. Why? Is he a Cathay shareholder? And if he is, then can't he just read the accounts? Presumably learning more about Cathay is only relevant to legislators if they have some involvement in decisions which affect Cathay, such as approving financing for a 3rd runway, and hence, the conflict of interest. Missing from the list is Andrew Leung Kwan Yuen, who took a similar trip with his wife on 18-21-July, and Abraham Shek Lai Him, who was apparently on the same trip, which he records as 19-20-July. His 2nd trip in 2 years.
Koo Ming Kown v Next Media Ltd, Jimmy Lai Chee Ying and James To Kun Sun
HK District Court, 17-Feb-2009

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