National security law: Hong Kong labour minister says social workers board must join other public officials in taking oath of allegiance to city

Members of the body that regulates Hong Kong’s 27,000 social workers will be required to take an oath of allegiance to the city under a government plan aimed at safeguarding national security, according to the labour minister.Law Chi-kwong, the secretary for labour and welfare, also said he wanted to clear up a common misconception that the Social Workers Registration Board was set up to protect the working rights of the profession.He insisted the organisation was not a workers’ union and…

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