Officials, including lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front left), representing the welfare and religion sectors at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Winson WongOfficials, including lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front left), representing the welfare and religion sectors at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong
Officials, including lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front left), representing the welfare and religion sectors at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong

Catholic Church urges restraint as social workers vow to strike and Hong Kong’s biggest teachers’ union calls for protests against extradition bill

  • Fifty social welfare and religious groups expected to take part in strike
  • Catholic diocese asks all Christians to pray for the city

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Officials, including lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front left), representing the welfare and religion sectors at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Winson WongOfficials, including lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front left), representing the welfare and religion sectors at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong
Officials, including lawmaker Fernando Cheung (front left), representing the welfare and religion sectors at a news conference on Tuesday. Photo: Winson Wong
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