Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip breaching loyalty oaths would be a serious matter. Photo: Jonathan Wong Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip breaching loyalty oaths would be a serious matter. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip breaching loyalty oaths would be a serious matter. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Loyalty pledge required for Hong Kong civil servants who started after national security law adopted

  • Under policy being rolled out on Monday, government workers will have to sign declaration or take an oath of allegiance to city
  • Rule will initially only apply to staff hired after the law came into effect but will eventually be expanded to include all 180,000 civil servants

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip breaching loyalty oaths would be a serious matter. Photo: Jonathan Wong Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip breaching loyalty oaths would be a serious matter. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip breaching loyalty oaths would be a serious matter. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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