Members of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions and the Hong Kong Medical and Health Care Staff General Union call for adequate protective equipment for frontline medical and health care staff amid the Covid-19 outbreak, outside the government headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on February 15. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Trade unions can’t save Hong Kong, but perhaps the Executive Council can

  • Trade unions tend to be more focused on the interests of their own members than the wider community’s and are vulnerable to the government’s ham-fisted approach
  • The Executive Council is well placed to deliver the creative policy proposals Hong Kong needs
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Members of the Hong Kong Federation of Trade Unions and the Hong Kong Medical and Health Care Staff General Union call for adequate protective equipment for frontline medical and health care staff amid the Covid-19 outbreak, outside the government headquarters in Tamar, Admiralty, on February 15. Photo: Felix Wong
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