Senior civil servants take a pledge of allegiance to Hong Kong at government headquarters on December 18, 2020. Photo: ISD Senior civil servants take a pledge of allegiance to Hong Kong at government headquarters on December 18, 2020. Photo: ISD
Senior civil servants take a pledge of allegiance to Hong Kong at government headquarters on December 18, 2020. Photo: ISD

Nearly 130 civil servants fail to take required pledge of allegiance to Hong Kong government, with most facing dismissal

  • Among them, 16 are disciplined services officers, while the rest are civilian grade ones, minister says
  • Some said it infringed upon freedom of speech, they disagreed with declaration’s content or it might conflict with their foreign passport

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Senior civil servants take a pledge of allegiance to Hong Kong at government headquarters on December 18, 2020. Photo: ISD Senior civil servants take a pledge of allegiance to Hong Kong at government headquarters on December 18, 2020. Photo: ISD
Senior civil servants take a pledge of allegiance to Hong Kong at government headquarters on December 18, 2020. Photo: ISD
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