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Fuzzy Arrangement for Free-to-air TV licenses

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(To describe the issue as fuzzy arrangement was an understatement. Call it mysterious or perplexing would be more appropriate. You should add to your article the view of Wong that Beijing played no part in the delay of issuing TV licenses because these issues were inter-related. )


By Lam, Tak Man, 2012-12-11 “I don’t know why the government said there is still procedural matter in issuing the TV licenses”, Raymond R. Wong, who is the chairperson of Communications Authority Broadcast Codes of Practice Committee, judged the government on the issue.

Unclean Statements by the Government

As Raymond mentioned, the committee recommended the Chief Executive to issue the free-to-air TV licenses since the Broadcasting Authority and Office of the Telecommunications Authority had recommended it before. After two recommendations, the government still has no affirmative response to it. Instead, they explained it as “a matter of procedural problem”. Raymond mowed and said he has no idea about it.

He stressed that the committee has no legal right to issue TV licenses unless the chief executive approved to issue. They can only push it forward by recommendation.--105048 2012年12月12日 (三) 00:10 (UTC)
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