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Ex-Secretary for Security: Expectations to future HK Gov

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20th March, 2012. Tuesday. Winnie Kam reports.


The new Hong Kong Chief Executive will be (elected-chosen) from the three candidates, Albert Ho, Henry Tang and Leung Chun-ying on the coming Sunday. Lai Hing Ling, the first Secretary for Security of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, said the three aspects which are population policy, openness and common public consensus are (the-omit) major problems that the Hong Kong Government has to urgently deal with.


“This is my expectation(of?) not only to the existing government but also to the new government,” said Lai.


(At-wrong preposition) mid-2010, the population of Hong Kong was 7.07 million. During the period 2006-2010, the population grew at an average annual rate of 0.8%. The number of infants whose parents are non-Hong Kong residents, born in Hong Kong is tremendous(adv ending) increasing. “It is hard to manipulate the birth rate. The aging problem and influx pregnant Chinese has brought to medical and educational pressure. The government should make population projections for the future 10 years in order to formulate a() effective population policy to solve the problem,” said Lai.


In the past financial budget, the government tries to open up for counsel in discussing the policies but the public still criticizes the level of public engagement for too low. “Transparency and public counsel is no longer enough. Openness and public engagement in the formulation process are significant for the implementations of the policy. The general public nowadays is educated and knowledgeable (enough) to give suggestions.”


He added that common public consensus is vital for a society development. “Only when the 7 million people share (the-switch to a) common goal may (subject missing) create Social cohesion and lead to the (society success-switch order).”

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The new Hong Kong Chief Executive will be chosen from the three candidates, Albert Ho, Henry Tang and Leung Chun-ying on the coming Sunday. Lai Hing Ling, the first Secretary for Security of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, said the three aspects which are population policy, openness and common public consensus are major problems that the Hong Kong Government has to urgently deal with.


“This is my expectation of not only to the existing government but also to the new government,” said Lai.


In mid-2010, the population of Hong Kong was 7.07 million. During the period 2006-2010, the population grew at an average annual rate of 0.8%. The number of infants whose parents are non-Hong Kong residents, born in Hong Kong is tremendously increasing. “It is hard to manipulate the birth rate. The aging problem and influx pregnant Chinese has brought to medical and educational pressure. The government should make population projections for the future 10 years in order to formulate an effective population policy to solve the problem,” said Lai.


In the past financial budget, the government tries to open up for counsel in discussing the policies but the public still criticizes the level of public engagement for too low. “Transparency and public counsel is no longer enough. Openness and public engagement in the formulation process are significant for the implementations of the policy. The general public nowadays is educated and knowledgeable enough to give suggestions.”


He added that common public consensus is vital for a society development. “Only when the 7 million people share a common goal may people create Social cohesion and lead to the success society.”

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