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Do we need a call for political training?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reporter: Tsai Ka Yi

Hong Kong lacks political talent and training, as evidenced by the barrage of criticism of Leung Chun-ying’s government in its first 100 days, said Li Pang Kwong, director of the Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University.

Li, who has a master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science and has studied Hong Kong politics for years, said the government does not have the ability and sense to train politicians.

“A public servant is not a political leader; similarly, a political leader is not necessarily a public servant. The government doesn’t know how to manage people, but it thinks it does,” said Li, in a seminar yesterday afternoon at Shue Yan University.

He believed the reason the British could manage Hong Kong people so well even though they were outsiders, was because they did their research and planning beforehand.

“The British people set up the faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern studies in Oxbridge. They did lots of analysis and trained people to be experts. But Hong Kong does not have professional training programs for politicians, only few universities provide political science courses,” said Li.

Li also pointed out that Hong Kong’s society has changed significanly after the return to China, and it needed to update its ruling systems and strategies, however, people barely realize this. “We are lacking talented politicians, and this hinder further development, or else how can we make another ‘golden era’ for Hong Kong?”


--105032 2012年10月17日 (三) 12:10 (UTC)
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