Civil servants and other officials may have to make a choice over British National (Overseas) passports. Photo: Fung Chang Civil servants and other officials may have to make a choice over British National (Overseas) passports. Photo: Fung Chang
Civil servants and other officials may have to make a choice over British National (Overseas) passports. Photo: Fung Chang

National security law: Beijing’s retaliation against London’s BN(O) pathway ‘down to loyalty test’ for Hong Kong public officers

  • Saga centres on possible action by China to bar BN(O) passport owners from holding public office in Hong Kong
  • But challenge for central government would be how to avoid encouraging even more city residents with the status to take up British offer

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Civil servants and other officials may have to make a choice over British National (Overseas) passports. Photo: Fung Chang Civil servants and other officials may have to make a choice over British National (Overseas) passports. Photo: Fung Chang
Civil servants and other officials may have to make a choice over British National (Overseas) passports. Photo: Fung Chang
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