Members of Hong Kong’s biggest teachers’ union vote to disband after 47-year run

Members of Hong Kong’s biggest teachers’ union have voted to formally disband and wind up the 47-year-old organisation, the Post has learned, a month after its leaders announced it would break up under pressure from authorities.The Saturday decision by the Professional Teachers’ Union (PTU) was made at an extraordinary general meeting and came after 140 members last month voted to amend its constitution so fewer would be required to initiate the disbanding.The change meant only two-thirds of…


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