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Chu Fuk Keung: Archive law is essential for journalists

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(Some misinformation here. No, the reason why Hong Kong has no Archive Law is not because "the law condemns government". The law will hold the government accountable for its action and that could be why the government is not too enthusiastic about it. The law might provide the press with a powerful weapon but holding the government accountable is a more noble and important cause.)

Gong Qi Jing January 20, 2015

‘The Archive law is an essential weapon for news reporting.’ Chu Fuk Keung, former director of Government Records Service of Hong Kong said.

Chu points out that Hong Kong has not an Archive Law out of the reason that the law condemns government itself. He explains archive is effective evidence to record history. Meanwhile, those under supervised are governors and public authorities.

Chu adds that minorities countries include China and Africa countries has already set up Archive Law, because evidence is a necessity for borrowing money from The World Bank.

However, the public of Hong Kong just ignores the establishing of The Archive Law. ‘Only those Archivists support for it.’ Chu appeals others to stand out for the law. ‘Also, it is an effective weapon for journalists.’ He adds.--125009 2015年1月20日 (二) 17:01 (UTC)

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