Constitution Day ceremony to be held

December 2, 2022

December 4 is Constitution Day and as this year marks the 40th anniversary of the promulgation and implementation of the Constitution, the Security Bureau will hold a flag raising ceremony to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Constitution at the Hong Kong Customs College.


Secretary for Justice Paul Lam will address the ceremony.


The participating disciplined services come from the Customs & Excise Department, the Government Flying Service, the Correctional Services Department (CSD), the Fire Services Department, Police and the Immigration Department.


Additionally, the youth groups under various disciplined and auxiliary services, together with other youth uniformed groups, including the Customs Youth Leader Corps, the CSD's Rehabilitation Pioneer Leaders, the Fire & Ambulance Services Teen Connect, Junior Police Call, the Immigration Department Youth Leaders Corps, the Auxiliary Medical Service Cadet Corps, the Civil Aid Service Cadet Corps, the Hong Kong Army Cadets Association and the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps will also join in the ceremony.


The ceremony will be broadcast live on multiple platforms at 7.40am. The disciplined services ceremonial guard and flag party will perform the Chinese-style foot drill in the flag raising ceremony and the disciplined services band will conduct a music performance.


People are welcome to watch the live broadcast of the flag raising ceremony on television as well as social media platforms and websites.


They include Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) TV 32, the Facebook pages of the bureau and the disciplined services, the websites of RTHK and the Information Services Department as well as the RTHK YouTube channel.

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