Hong Kong school calls in police after principal’s name appears on anti-extradition bill petition without consent

//Hong Kong school calls in police after principal’s name appears on anti-extradition bill petition without consent

Hong Kong school calls in police after principal’s name appears on anti-extradition bill petition without consent

A secondary school has filed a complaint with police after its principal found his name added by a third party to a petition started by alumni in protest against Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill.Po Leung Kuk Laws Foundation College, one of more than 200 secondary schools whose alumni, students and teachers have joined an online petition campaign, called police about the matter on Wednesday, according to Po Leung Kuk, the charity that runs the college.“Po Leung Kuk has received a…

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