Civil servants attend a rally against the extradition bill that sparked 2019’s protest movement. Photo: Felix Wong Civil servants attend a rally against the extradition bill that sparked 2019’s protest movement. Photo: Felix Wong
Civil servants attend a rally against the extradition bill that sparked 2019’s protest movement. Photo: Felix Wong

Minister warns Hong Kong civil servants should not publicly criticise government, grant interviews to ‘anti-China’ media

  • Civil service chief says voicing concerns about pay and working conditions is fine, but oaths of allegiance make taking aim at policy problematic
  • And while many have yet to take new pledge, city plans to follow up with any it believes broke Civil Service Code during 2019 unrest

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Civil servants attend a rally against the extradition bill that sparked 2019’s protest movement. Photo: Felix Wong Civil servants attend a rally against the extradition bill that sparked 2019’s protest movement. Photo: Felix Wong
Civil servants attend a rally against the extradition bill that sparked 2019’s protest movement. Photo: Felix Wong
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