While most civil servants will once again be working from home from March 23, lawmakers are expected to convene regular weekly meetings in order to pass a temporary government funding measure. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong legislature to vote on temporary funding next week despite work-from-home order amid Covid-19 spike

  • The HK$215.9 billion proposal would fund necessary government operations until the full budget unveiled in February can be approved
  • Opposition lawmakers have used procedural techniques to delay a vote, demanding the police force and Carrie Lam’s office be stripped of funding
Topic |   Legislative Council of Hong Kong
While most civil servants will once again be working from home from March 23, lawmakers are expected to convene regular weekly meetings in order to pass a temporary government funding measure. Photo: Winson Wong
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