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Chu: CY Leung is not dare to legislate Archives Law

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(It should be "does not dare" or "dares not) but not "is not dare". Why would Chu call Leung's administration as a "shameless" government? I think you owe your readers an explanation. Tung Chee-hwa and Tsang Yam-keun, the two former Chief Executives neither have any intention to enact the archive law, so weren't they as shameless as the current adminstration?)


reported by Keung Yu Ching (125057), 20th January, 2015


Simon Chu Fook-keung, former Director of Government Records Service said the present “shameless” government would not be dare to legislate Archives Law as the legislation has the power to restrict the every act of Chief Executive.


“Before CY Leung being elected as the Chief Executive, he showed enthusiasm for archrival legislation,” Chu noted.


Chu expressed few expectations on legislation by the present “shameless” government as “the power of Archives Law is to protect valuable data and provide evidence for accountability investigation in the government”. Chu doubted, “If you were CY Leung, would you pass the Archives Law?”


Chu pointed out that even China, a totalitarian government, has finished archrival legislation. Hong Kong is lagging behind in this aspect.


As the founder of Archives Action Group, Chu has been called for archrival legislation for long as the current guidelines on disposal of official documents which do not specify when records should be created and there is no penalty for non-compliance are inadequate.
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