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Pressing needs for political talents in Hong Kong

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Pressing needs for political talents in Hong Kong


--105164 2012年10月17日 (三) 00:13 (UTC)

HONG KONG, OCT 16 – The Leung Chun Ying government is facing the problem of talent insufficiency as there are not enough potential administrative leaders in Hong Kong, whereas the government exhibits no intention to fix the problem, said a public governance expert.


Li Pang Kwong, director of Public Governance Programmer of Lingnan University, described the cotemporary government as “an administration malfunction”. He said that the problem of administrative talents deficient is mainly attributed to the lack of self-governing experience and professional political training in local universities.


“The British had a well-established talent bank and high concentration of power in Hong Kong during the colonial rule. They brought up political talents step by step,” said Li.


He said that local universities offering courses on Politics have not changed their teaching curriculum even after the return of Hong Kong to China in 1997. Li also pointed out that political parties in Hong Kong are not influential enough and former government officials like Anson Chan and Regina Yip, were lack of political skills as they were not allowed to take part in core administration policy in the days of British administration.


In order to drive Hong Kong’s metropolitan development and plan for a better future, Li said that Hong Kong should develop an effective administrative system by changing its nurturing methods of political talents.


Li held an optimistic attitude to the political development in Hong Kong, despite the aforementioned administrative inadequacies. He said that the most ideal solution to Hong Kong’s political plight nowadays is to prove its capability for self-governance by improving its personnel training on political and administrational forces.


“It takes time for changes, but the right attitude for facing challenges is to learn from past experience and look to the future,” Li said.

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