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Hong Kong's lack of political talents

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Hong Kong's lack of political talents

October 16, 2012

Aviva Zhang Qi Report

15 years after Hong Kong’s return to China, some people think there has been more political interference. But Li Pang Kwong, director of the Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University, claimed that Hong Kong's political participation in governance is still not enough.

Hong Kong is a galaxy of talents, but it lacks political talents, said Li at a talk about political leadership at Hong Kong Shue Yan University. In the past the Hong Kong government was completely under British control, which was a non-political society. During that time, the government only cultivated a group of uncorrupt civil servants, but there was no political management personnel. Besides, there was no locals in the senior government until the 70's, and in 1995 only 50% were locals.

However, in 1997 Hong Kong operates as a semi-autonomous region of China, with its own laws and government, under the “one country, two systems” formula agreed when the U.K. returned the city to Chinese rule. Before that Hong Kong didn’t do any political research, which has not served the autonomous region well. And the chief governor never clearly put forward how to cultivate political talent, until the 2012 chief executive election, Leung Chun Ying and Henry Tang put forward respectively public political college.

Li said, ” Who knows whether we can create a brilliant next ten years in Hong Kong.” Hong Kong need political leaders, but the university only train civil servant, the society can’t offer growth environment. Without the political culture of talent planning is the reason why Hong Kong may face a troubled future, he said.

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