Organisers of an unofficial referendum with secondary school pupils as the electorate have been accused of ‘using’ young people in their political campaign. Photo: Sam Tsang Organisers of an unofficial referendum with secondary school pupils as the electorate have been accused of ‘using’ young people in their political campaign. Photo: Sam Tsang
Organisers of an unofficial referendum with secondary school pupils as the electorate have been accused of ‘using’ young people in their political campaign. Photo: Sam Tsang

National security law: Beijing’s offices in Hong Kong take aim at organisers of class boycotts

  • Joshua Wong and others accused of exploiting pupils in attempt to derail legislation
  • Liaison office supports education chief who urged schools to discipline participants, while government warns civil servants about neutrality

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Organisers of an unofficial referendum with secondary school pupils as the electorate have been accused of ‘using’ young people in their political campaign. Photo: Sam Tsang Organisers of an unofficial referendum with secondary school pupils as the electorate have been accused of ‘using’ young people in their political campaign. Photo: Sam Tsang
Organisers of an unofficial referendum with secondary school pupils as the electorate have been accused of ‘using’ young people in their political campaign. Photo: Sam Tsang
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