National security law: Hong Kong education minister says schools should call police if they cannot handle students’ violations

//National security law: Hong Kong education minister says schools should call police if they cannot handle students’ violations

National security law: Hong Kong education minister says schools should call police if they cannot handle students’ violations

Hong Kong schools should call police if students violated the national security law in a manner that was beyond administrators’ control, the city’s education minister told the Post on Tuesday.Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung Yun-hung also said guidelines for educators regarding the sweeping legislation, imposed on the city by Beijing on June 30, would be issued this month at the earliest.Under the law – which targets in broad terms any acts secession, subversion, terrorism or collusion with…

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