Civil servants return to their offices in Admiralty on May 4. Reports that Hong Kong civil servants will be required to pledge their loyalty to the city have sparked concerns about erosion of their civil liberties. Photo: Nora Tam Civil servants return to their offices in Admiralty on May 4. Reports that Hong Kong civil servants will be required to pledge their loyalty to the city have sparked concerns about erosion of their civil liberties. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants return to their offices in Admiralty on May 4. Reports that Hong Kong civil servants will be required to pledge their loyalty to the city have sparked concerns about erosion of their civil liberties. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Freedom of speech should not apply to Hong Kong independence

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Civil servants return to their offices in Admiralty on May 4. Reports that Hong Kong civil servants will be required to pledge their loyalty to the city have sparked concerns about erosion of their civil liberties. Photo: Nora Tam Civil servants return to their offices in Admiralty on May 4. Reports that Hong Kong civil servants will be required to pledge their loyalty to the city have sparked concerns about erosion of their civil liberties. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants return to their offices in Admiralty on May 4. Reports that Hong Kong civil servants will be required to pledge their loyalty to the city have sparked concerns about erosion of their civil liberties. Photo: Nora Tam
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