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Li Pang Kwong: Hong Kong lacks political leaders

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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October 16, 2012

Cherry Wai Cheuk Ying


Li Pang Kwong, Director of Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University, criticized that Hong Kong lacks political leaders after the reversion to China in 1997. He suggested Hong Kong should invest more resources in training of political elites to show that we are capable of being self-governing.

“The situation of Hong Kong after 1997 is a bit poor since we have no experience in establishing organization systems and we do not spend government expenditure in nurturing political talents,” Li said.

He said that British government had trained a group of highly-efficient and incorruptible public servants from 1970s but it had never nurtured elites in public governance. He commented that, as Hong Kong is a metropolis, it is necessary for the political system to functionally transform and renew from being under British rule to autonomy; However, the political-related courses provided by the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong do not make a reform and are still named “Public Administration” but not”Public Governance”.

Regarding Chief Executive Leung Chun Ying had proposed to set up a Politics and Public Administration College in his political program, Li refused to make any comments since the plan is still in an early stage. He just said that it would be better if universities could provide technical and theoretical training for those who are interested or determined to the political field.


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