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“I do not want to be the Chief executive of Hong Kong”, said Bernard Chan

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“I do not want to be the Chief executive of Hong Kong”, said Bernard Chan, the Executive Council Member and the Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, in the talk of Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday.

Chan said that whoever and whenever carry the title of the Chief executive of Hong Kong at the end receives the same consequence that is to be punished all-rounded in every circumstance.

"Barely on the issue about the waste deduction programme, I have spent six months in total to do such a report solely about wastes", he said and wondered how much responsibility needs to be bared for the Chief executive of Hong Kong.

Chan also said that the solution of how to handle Hong Kong would not be figured out even there is the General Election.

Speaking on the issue of the demanding waste disposal problem in Hong Kong, Chan said that there is no clue for Hong Kong to take Taiwan as a reference as it is impossible to require citizens in every tall building, in which consisting of numerous of flats, to throw their wastes at a specific time and place.

Chan explained that otherwise it would create many subsidiary problems.

He said that 52% of the waste in Hong kong would go to the landfill, while Singapore contains 1%, Taiwan contains 2% and Japan transfers no waste to the landfill.

He explained that Hong kong is a hectic city, which is relatively difficult to directly adopt other countries’ method and it still takes time to meet the long term waste disposal requirements.

--115095 2014年1月21日 (二) 20:09 (UTC)

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