Public sector employee groups will become more cautious as a result of the government’s oath-taking requirement, according to a veteran unionist. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Public sector employee groups will become more cautious as a result of the government’s oath-taking requirement, according to a veteran unionist. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Public sector employee groups will become more cautious as a result of the government’s oath-taking requirement, according to a veteran unionist. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong unions likely to ‘tread carefully’ as mandatory allegiance requirement for civil servants heralds ‘arduous’ era for city’s labour movement

  • Warning from Leung Chau-ting, of Federation of Civil Service Unions, comes hours after Union for New Civil Servants disbanded on Saturday night
  • ‘The labour movement in the city’s civil service is going to be very arduous in future,’ he says

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Public sector employee groups will become more cautious as a result of the government’s oath-taking requirement, according to a veteran unionist. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Public sector employee groups will become more cautious as a result of the government’s oath-taking requirement, according to a veteran unionist. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Public sector employee groups will become more cautious as a result of the government’s oath-taking requirement, according to a veteran unionist. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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