Hong Kong district councillors have until 5pm Monday to hand over information to authorities scrutinising their oaths of office

Seven of Hong Kong’s opposition district councillors have been given a Monday deadline to supply additional information about their roles in an unofficial 2020 primary election so authorities can determine if their freshly taken oaths of office are valid, according to sources.The inquiries were delivered to the seven councillors just hours after they took their oaths of office on Friday under a national security law requirement that all public officers pledge to uphold the Basic Law and bear…


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