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An outsider of the next government?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reporter: Mak Hiu Tung

Financial Secretary Tsang Chun-wah's last budget was released on 1st, February, 2012. Media started speculating whether Tsang will remain in the government for another term. Chiu Sin Chun, a long-time Financial commentator said, “I think it is impossible (for him to stay)(avoid the use of ()s).”

Although Tsang said he would consider his future in the government when the Legislative Council passes his Budget; Chiu believed Tsang is very unlikely to stay in the new government.


According to Chiu, it takes time for the successor to adapt to the job of Chief Secretary for Administration. “If the government really wants Tsang Chun-wah to stay, they should have appointed Tsang to be the Chief Secretary for Administration after the resignation of Henry Tang,” said Chiu.


Ideally, Chiu believed if Tsang was appointed, he “will be an experienced Chief Secretary for Administration when the new government is formed later this year.” “Then he can transfer smoothly to the new government,” he added.


Surprisingly, Stephen Lam, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs back then, was appointed to fill Tang’s vacancy. Chiu called it “an unprecedented move”, as transferring position is common for top officials, like former Chief Secretary for Administration Anson Chan’s vacancy was filled by Donald Tsang (Financial Secretary back then) (use commas instead of ()s).


According to Chiu, Tsang’s chance of staying in the government may have passed. “The unprecedented move reflected that Tsang is not likely to remain in the new government,” claimed Chiu.

Interesting angle, and good use of examples. Do not forget to include context (5Ws). Keep up the good proof reading!


--095072麥曉彤,Stephanie Mak 2012年2月8日 (三) 00:05 (UTC)
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