Catholic Church urges restraint as social workers vow to strike and Hong Kong’s biggest teachers’ union calls for protests against extradition bill

//Catholic Church urges restraint as social workers vow to strike and Hong Kong’s biggest teachers’ union calls for protests against extradition bill

Catholic Church urges restraint as social workers vow to strike and Hong Kong’s biggest teachers’ union calls for protests against extradition bill

The Catholic diocese of Hong Kong on Tuesday joined the social welfare sector and the largest teachers’ union in voicing concerns about the government’s proposed extradition amendment, as the city braced for another showdown over the polarising bill.More than 2,000 counsellors, carers and therapists from 50 social work organisations and religious groups were expected to take part in a strike on Wednesday, when the unpopular bill resumes its second reading.“We are calling for a general strike in…

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