The ultimatum was issued by the pro-democrat Confederation of Trade Unions lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan, who led yesterday's protest.
"We will hold a series of demonstrations lasting until July 1," Lee said, adding any attempt to lay off workers or force unpaid leave and wage cuts will be met with industrial action.
He also expects the shrinking job market will cause more people, including fresh graduates, to join the May Day protest.
Pro-Beijing Federation of Trade Unions lawmaker Yip Wai-ming told a rally of nearly 350 demonstrators the number of marchers would double this year.
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