An estimated 40,000 civil servants and residents gather at Chater Garden, Central, to attend a rally supporting anti-government protesters last August. Photo: Felix Wong An estimated 40,000 civil servants and residents gather at Chater Garden, Central, to attend a rally supporting anti-government protesters last August. Photo: Felix Wong
An estimated 40,000 civil servants and residents gather at Chater Garden, Central, to attend a rally supporting anti-government protesters last August. Photo: Felix Wong

National security law: Hong Kong civil servants not allowed to join anti-government protests under new proposals, city minister warns

  • Patrick Nip speaks on latest plans for employees which also require them to swear allegiance in writing and uphold Basic Law
  • Proposed rules come nearly a year after government workers part of mass protest in support of civil unrest

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
An estimated 40,000 civil servants and residents gather at Chater Garden, Central, to attend a rally supporting anti-government protesters last August. Photo: Felix Wong An estimated 40,000 civil servants and residents gather at Chater Garden, Central, to attend a rally supporting anti-government protesters last August. Photo: Felix Wong
An estimated 40,000 civil servants and residents gather at Chater Garden, Central, to attend a rally supporting anti-government protesters last August. Photo: Felix Wong
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