Hong Kong’s pro-establishment lawmakers push for surveillance cameras in classrooms to monitor teachers’ speech

//Hong Kong’s pro-establishment lawmakers push for surveillance cameras in classrooms to monitor teachers’ speech

Hong Kong’s pro-establishment lawmakers push for surveillance cameras in classrooms to monitor teachers’ speech

Surveillance cameras should be installed in Hong Kong schools to monitor teachers’ speech, pro-establishment lawmakers argued on Friday as they wrapped a three-day debate of the city leader’s policy address.Discontent over the education system took centre stage during the Legislative Council session, though a motion of thanks for Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s November policy speech was approved by 40 lawmakers.Two independent members of the chamber – Cheng Chung-tai of localist…

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