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A government, not just business

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盧佩儀 16/10/2012

A government, not just business

By Lo Pui Yee

Published: October 9, 2012


Li Pang-kwong said social disputes are aroused because the government acts like a businessman who does not consider politic or social efficiency. To ease the problem, Li suggested a “midstream” to practice politic elites.


“A government is not a businessman” said famous politic analyst Li Pang-kwong in a talk in Shue Yan University. Li cited the incident of The Link as an example. As a businessman, purchasing the old businesses in shopping centers of housing estates is a matter of course. However, as a politician, not only economic efficiency should be considered, but also social and politic efficiency. During an economic depression, reserving the old businesses can be a tool to modulate social contradiction. The social disputes aroused can actually be avoided if the officials can consider widely.


Li pointed out that the main problem is the lack of politic training in Hong Kong. “We need a ‘midstream’ for the newcomers,” said Li, “becoming legislative councilor is not the only way to be a politician.” He suggested that politic parties should form a think-tank which required professionals to do solid work ranging from advising solutions to social problems, to carry out research for government’s policies but not just doing information grouping. This can provide more opportunities for politic newcomers to practice and reinforce their politic abilities.


--105137 2012年10月17日 (三) 08:14 (UTC)

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