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Bernard Chan: Being CE of Hong Kong is a “dead end”

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(Your title should add the word "job" after dead end. Having no incentive and being thankless doesn't mean it is a dead end job. What Chan means is that after one serves out the terms of the Chief Executive, there is no meaningful future lies beyond retirement except maybe a figure head job. For example, Tung Chee Hwa was named the vice Chairman of the CPPCC after he resigned from the CE office.)


Bernard Chan: Being CE of Hong Kong is a “dead end”


Lin Li Ping, 21-1-2014


“Being CE of Hong Kong is a “dead end.” Bernard Chan, the member of executive council who was always being rumored to the candidate of next Chief Executive Election in 2017, has answered the same question when he gave talk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


Chan is also the Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, he visit Shue Yan University to introduce the plan of municipal solid waste charging. However, after his speech, students asked whether he is interested in participate the CE election in 2017. He said he has answered this kind of question too many times already and restated that he did not have any interest in being CE and very satisfied with his current position. ‘There are no incentive for anyone to be government officer and Chief Executive of Hong Kong. CE is already a thankless task. It’s a road to “dead end”.’


Chan admitted that the waste charging is a kind of nuisance policy which is inevitably being opposed by the society when it implement. He emphasized that people would pay higher cost if do not give solution to the overload solid waste. By this week, the four months consultation for this policy will end. Chan said he feel the consensus of waste charging is made between the public while the solution of technical problem not yet have the consensus. He expect the waste charging policy implement in 2015.

--125034 2014年1月21日 (二) 17:45 (UTC)

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