Medical group aligned with opposition in Hong Kong comes under official scrutiny for range of criticisms

Hong Kong’s labour union authority has required a pro-opposition medical group to submit information about its past work, according to its leader, sparking fears the body could be outlawed.The Hospital Authority Employees Alliance received a letter from the Labour Department’s Registry of Trade Unions earlier this month asking for a written submission with the details by Friday, the group’s acting chairman David Chan Kwok-shing told the Post on Wednesday.“We plan to comply. We noticed that…


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