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Peter Lai: Mobilizing Anti-Riot Police Force Is Normal

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Peter Lai: Mobilizing Anti-Riot Police Force Is Normal

Peter Lai, a former Secretary for Security, said that it is normal that the government may mobilize anti-riot police force to help maintain the social order when it is in need.

Peter Lai attended the talk held by Hong Kong Shue Yan University on Tuesday. Recently, there was a rumor that CY Leung, a candidate of Chief Executive, once suggested to mobilized anti-police force to deal with 500 thousands demonstrants in 2003. The rumor brought about that the public opinions blamed Leung for the control of freedom of speech. Peter Lai thought that the society should not be too sensitive to the anti-riot police force. It was common and in fact, anti-riot policemen were on duty everywhere in Hong Kong to help maintain the security. Moreover, the government might have to mobilize anti-riot police force when there is in need, such as the appearance of disturbance [What defines a disturbance? What are some examples of a disturbance?].

Chief Executive Donald Tsang was suspected to involve the conflict of interest [What is the nature of the conflict of interest? Why do people assume he has one?]. Some people claim that there is in lack of mechanism to monitor the behavior of Chief Executive. However, Peter thought that there was a mechanism to do it. He gave an example that the congressmen of Legislative Council could provide a function of monitor [How does the congressman function as a monitor?]. Peter also criticized that the printed media in Hong Kong always had bias when reporting politics issues. To catch the eyes of readers, they always magnify the good or bad points of an issue to meet the need of the specific market [What should they do instead? How should news be reported without bias? Is bias neccesarily a bad thing?]. Peter suggested that media is the bridge between the government and society and thus it is influential to the progress of politics in Hong Kong.

--095073 2012年3月20日 (二) 23:32 (UTC)

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