There are no clear guidelines for civil servants on what words and actions constitute a breach of oath. Photo: Nora Tam There are no clear guidelines for civil servants on what words and actions constitute a breach of oath. Photo: Nora Tam
There are no clear guidelines for civil servants on what words and actions constitute a breach of oath. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong civil servants should still be allowed to join legal rallies against government policies, says think tank led by pro-establishment heavyweight Jasper Tsang

  • Jasper Tsang also urges the administration to roll out clear guidelines on what words and actions constitute a breach of oath to allay civil servants’ concerns
  • Hong Kong Policy Research Institute also opposes any direct ban on civil servants’ online remarks against government policies

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
There are no clear guidelines for civil servants on what words and actions constitute a breach of oath. Photo: Nora Tam There are no clear guidelines for civil servants on what words and actions constitute a breach of oath. Photo: Nora Tam
There are no clear guidelines for civil servants on what words and actions constitute a breach of oath. Photo: Nora Tam
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