Civil servants return to their offices at the government headquarters in Admiralty on May 4, after weeks of working from home due to a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora TamCivil servants return to their offices at the government headquarters in Admiralty on May 4, after weeks of working from home due to a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants return to their offices at the government headquarters in Admiralty on May 4, after weeks of working from home due to a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong civil service ‘political neutrality’ is more about ensuring loyalty

  • Both the colonial and post-handover governments in Hong Kong have deployed the concept of ‘political neutrality’ to their own ends

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Civil servants return to their offices at the government headquarters in Admiralty on May 4, after weeks of working from home due to a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora TamCivil servants return to their offices at the government headquarters in Admiralty on May 4, after weeks of working from home due to a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants return to their offices at the government headquarters in Admiralty on May 4, after weeks of working from home due to a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Nora Tam
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