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Academy of Politics and Administration in HK: Not an ideal solution

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(Not an ideal solution for what? Your lead was too long and unfocused. The first sentence in your lead, was it your observation or someone else? Your lead could be simply put like this: The candidates of the recent Hong Kong Chief Executive election have all agreed to establish an academy of politics and administration as a way to deal with the shortage of political talents, however, the idea was contested by Li Pang Kwong, the Director of Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University. "It is not an ideal solution," said Li.)

--105119 2012年10月17日 (三) 10:47 (UTC)

16th October 2012 Chan Man Wa

Academy of Politics and Administration in HK: Not an ideal solution

“The Hong Kong government has long been neglecting the training for professional politicians. But in the last Hong Kong Chief Executive election, all candidates have proposed the establishment of the very first Academy of Politics and Administration,” Director of Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University, Li Pang Kwong, pointed out that Hong Kong is in lack of political talents. Meanwhile, Li’s opinion towards the idea is negative.


Li believed that an official Academy of Politics and Administration may only provide superficial training for elections. He denoted that politics doesn’t necessarily equal to elections as there are think-tanks who help with policy-making, research and other aspects. “Instead of setting up an academy, opening up trainee and non-public servant positions in different political parties and the government would be a more ideal way of training up political talents,” Li advised. He continued with an example of how Monica Lewinsky transformed from a trainee in the US White House into a politician.
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