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Public should not be over reacted, said Fanny Law

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By Ruby To

HONG KONG| TUE NOV 27,2012 23:58 (UTC)

After Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying admitted there were unauthorized buildings in his house last week, Executive Council member Fanny Law said at a university assembly that such structures are common in Hong Kong, and public has no need to overreact.


Law pointed out that the CE must not have known earlier that the buildings were unauthorized and she asked the public forgive the CE.


“Believe it or not, Leung has already explained it clearly in his declaration. He did not have the proof plan when he signed the transaction contract. If CE really knew there were plenty of unauthorized buildings in his house when he made the transaction, he should have declared those buildings to the related department. Youngsters should try to forgive him,” said Law.


When asked Leung has built a wall in the unauthorized buildings, Law said she was not sure about the legitimacy of the building of wall, and buildings problem should not be related to Leung’s dignity while the public should not be over reacted on this issue.


“There are million unauthorized buildings throughout Hong Kong. It is possible that many of you may find unauthorized buildings in your places. The problem has been over emphasized. Everybody is now so aware of the unauthorized buildings. Unauthorized buildings are found everywhere, and just the buildings needed to be approved by the department. It’s simple,” said Law.


Law added that the unauthorized buildings problem is treated too serious in the community, and was “unlimitedly extended” by the media, while it is clear that the owners of the houses next to Leung’s house have also built a glass cover on the garage.
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