Democratic Party district councillor James To, who took part in the opposition camp’s primary election, is one of those oath of loyalty is under challenge. Photo: Dickson Lee
Democratic Party district councillor James To, who took part in the opposition camp’s primary election, is one of those oath of loyalty is under challenge. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong national security law: Democratic Party members among 10 district councillors challenged over oath validity after latest ceremony

  • Of the 56 councillors invited to swear allegiance to Hong Kong, 10 are undergoing further questioning, while one has been immediately unseated for refusing to attend
  • Officials are asking some of those whose oaths are under challenge to explain why they vowed to vote down government’s budget and posted popular protest slogans on social media

Democratic Party district councillor James To, who took part in the opposition camp’s primary election, is one of those oath of loyalty is under challenge. Photo: Dickson Lee
Democratic Party district councillor James To, who took part in the opposition camp’s primary election, is one of those oath of loyalty is under challenge. Photo: Dickson Lee
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