A spokesman for Civil Service Secretary Paul Tang Kwok-wai - one of the 11 officials who has yet to say if they will sign the petition - said his decision would not put any pressure on the civil service. Photo: K. Y. ChengA spokesman for Civil Service Secretary Paul Tang Kwok-wai - one of the 11 officials who has yet to say if they will sign the petition - said his decision would not put any pressure on the civil service. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A spokesman for Civil Service Secretary Paul Tang Kwok-wai - one of the 11 officials who has yet to say if they will sign the petition - said his decision would not put any pressure on the civil service. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Officials to sign anti-Occupy Central petition but may not join rally

Topic |   Occupy Central
A spokesman for Civil Service Secretary Paul Tang Kwok-wai - one of the 11 officials who has yet to say if they will sign the petition - said his decision would not put any pressure on the civil service. Photo: K. Y. ChengA spokesman for Civil Service Secretary Paul Tang Kwok-wai - one of the 11 officials who has yet to say if they will sign the petition - said his decision would not put any pressure on the civil service. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A spokesman for Civil Service Secretary Paul Tang Kwok-wai - one of the 11 officials who has yet to say if they will sign the petition - said his decision would not put any pressure on the civil service. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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