Mr Baggio was flanked by other pro-democracy lawmakers who pushed and shoved against at least five security officers who surrounded them in a cordon and tried to push them out.
Ms Yau and Mr Baggio won seats in citywide polls last month, in which a number of new lawmakers advocating self-determination or independence swept to victory.
Their oath-taking was put on hold and they have been barred from meetings, pending a judicial review into their first attempt at taking the pledge three weeks ago.
The judicial review, brought by the city’s leader and the justice secretary, into whether they should be disqualified will take place at Hong Kong’s High Court tomorrow.
Local media reported yesterday that China’s top legislative body will issue its own interpretation of the city’s constitution in a bid to bar the two lawmakers. –
Indian volunteers carry a child into the Government Medical College Hospital in Jammu on November 1 after he was injured in cross-border shelling in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.