District councillors Suzanne Wu (left) and Chu Kong-wai speak to the press on Monday after complying with an official enquiry into their oaths of allegiance. Photo: Winson Wong
District councillors Suzanne Wu (left) and Chu Kong-wai speak to the press on Monday after complying with an official enquiry into their oaths of allegiance. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong national security law: at least 8 opposition district councillors facing questions over oath comply with official inquiries

  • The 8 are among 10 opposition councillors from Kowloon hit with requests for more information after their oaths of allegiance to city were deemed suspect
  • 7 other councillors have already been ousted over doubts about their oaths, and two more were summarily disqualified for failing to take them

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
District councillors Suzanne Wu (left) and Chu Kong-wai speak to the press on Monday after complying with an official enquiry into their oaths of allegiance. Photo: Winson Wong
District councillors Suzanne Wu (left) and Chu Kong-wai speak to the press on Monday after complying with an official enquiry into their oaths of allegiance. Photo: Winson Wong
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