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New CE faces the problem of aging population

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Hong Kong, Mar. 20-- The Hong Kong Chief Executive Election w(ould-future tense, not conditional) be held on March 25. "(article) Aging population is the challenge for the new Chief Executive," said Lai Hing Ling, former Secretary of Security during his speech to the general assembly of Shue Yan University.


Cindy Chan Sin Yan


The aging population problem (becomes-use present perfect tense) more and more serious in Hong Kong. Nowadays, one in every eight Hong Kong people is aged 65 or above. It is expected that the problem would even worse in 2033. There would be one in every four persons is an elderly.


"(art)Population is the most important thing for a place or a country," said Lai. "As the total number of elderly would be doubled after 2 decades, it is necessary for the new Chief Executive to solve this problem."


Although there is a steering committee chaired by the Chief Secretary which aim(ed-present tense) at reviewing population policy, Lai thinks that the works done by the committee are not enough.


"As I remember, the committee has only issued a report in 2002," he said. "There are no more suggestions (purposed?) by it." He stressed that the new Chief Executive should pay more attention (on) population policy.

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Edited Version:

Hong Kong, Mar. 20-- The Hong Kong Chief Executive Election will be held on March 25. "The aging population is the challenge for the new Chief Executive," said Lai Hing Ling, former Secretary of Security during his speech to the general assembly of Shue Yan University.


Cindy Chan Sin Yan


The aging population problem has become more and more serious in Hong Kong. Nowadays, one in every eight Hong Kong people is aged 65 or above. It is expected that the problem would even worse in 2033. There would be one in every four persons is an elderly.


"The population is the most important thing for a place or a country," said Lai. "As the total number of elderly would be doubled after 2 decades, it is necessary for the new Chief Executive to solve this problem."


Although there is a steering committee chaired by the Chief Secretary which aims at reviewing population policy, Lai thinks that the works done by the committee are not enough.


"As I remember, the committee has only issued a report in 2002," he said. "There are no more suggestions made by it." He stressed that the new Chief Executive should pay more attention to population policy.

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