Volunteers count the ballots in Tsz Wan Shan after the poll closed at 9pm. Photo: Xiaomei ChenVolunteers count the ballots in Tsz Wan Shan after the poll closed at 9pm. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Volunteers count the ballots in Tsz Wan Shan after the poll closed at 9pm. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

National security law: plans for general strike in Hong Kong, class boycott fail to win enough support at unofficial ‘referendum’

  • Organisers needed 60,000 votes to call for a citywide work strike, but only 8,943 ballots were cast
  • Government condemns civil service union and others behind the vote
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Volunteers count the ballots in Tsz Wan Shan after the poll closed at 9pm. Photo: Xiaomei ChenVolunteers count the ballots in Tsz Wan Shan after the poll closed at 9pm. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Volunteers count the ballots in Tsz Wan Shan after the poll closed at 9pm. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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