Protesters put up posters call on the government not to tighten the eligibility of CSSA payments outside government offices. Photo: Edmond So

Protesters decry Hong Kong government’s plan to raise CSSA elderly payment threshold to 65

  • Welfare recipients and activist groups say the shortfall in payments for people aged 60 to 64 will have a serious impact on livelihoods
  • Lawmakers also call on the government to reverse decision or at least consider alternative measures
Topic |   Ageing society

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Protesters put up posters call on the government not to tighten the eligibility of CSSA payments outside government offices. Photo: Edmond So
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