Hong Kong national security law: leaders of Tiananmen vigil group remanded in custody after being charged with inciting subversion

Three leaders of the group behind Hong Kong’s annual Tiananmen Square vigil have been remanded in custody, after being charged with inciting subversion against state power under the national security law on Friday.Chow Hang-tung, a barrister and vice-chairwoman of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, failed to secure bail in West Kowloon Court, while chairman Lee Cheuk-yan and vice-chairman Albert Ho Chun-yan, who are both already in jail in separate…