Founders of new trade unions will be required to sign a declaration pledging they will not threaten national security. Photo: May Tse
Founders of new trade unions will be required to sign a declaration pledging they will not threaten national security. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong’s labour chief defends rule requiring new trade unions to sign declaration pledging not to threaten national security

  • Secretary for Labour and Welfare Chris Sun says it is government’s responsibility to monitor such matters
  • Rule will apply to unions that have started registration process but not completed it before next Monday, according to Sun

Founders of new trade unions will be required to sign a declaration pledging they will not threaten national security. Photo: May Tse
Founders of new trade unions will be required to sign a declaration pledging they will not threaten national security. Photo: May Tse
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