An upcoming “referendum” on the strike has no constitutional basis, says education chief Kevin Yeung. Photo: Xiaomei ChenAn upcoming “referendum” on the strike has no constitutional basis, says education chief Kevin Yeung. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
An upcoming “referendum” on the strike has no constitutional basis, says education chief Kevin Yeung. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Punish any students or teachers who join planned strike over national security law, Hong Kong education chief tells schools

  • Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says schools should not allow youths to be exploited for political ends by organisers of the action
  • But head of principals’ association says any problem with students should be dealt with through education
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
An upcoming “referendum” on the strike has no constitutional basis, says education chief Kevin Yeung. Photo: Xiaomei ChenAn upcoming “referendum” on the strike has no constitutional basis, says education chief Kevin Yeung. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
An upcoming “referendum” on the strike has no constitutional basis, says education chief Kevin Yeung. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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