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Li Pang Kwong:"Hong Kong Never Has Autonomy Experience"

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Oct 16th—Since Hong Kong was back to motherland in 1997, it realizes span from heteronym to autonomy. “However, there is no autonomy experience for Hong Kong, which is the basic problem it faces in its development,” said Li Pang Kwong, director of Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University.

Li mentioned that “Outline for Hong Kong”—which was made by the British Hong Government and then put on early 1970s, it laid the foundation of making Hong Kong become a metropolitan city. Meanwhile, it led to the result that officials from UK monopolized Hong Kong’s public governance as well.

“Besides governance class, the efficient governance also needs an effective system to assist, that is what Hong Kong government after the handover lack,” Li noted.

“It is a really big gap between heteronym and autonomy, and this transition also calls for new changes and innovations beyond the original system,” Li said, adding that actually there is little alteration in Hong Kong’s political system after 1997, according to statistics.

Although Li doesn’t have high praise towards Hong Kong’s current political level, he admires the proposal which was put forward during the chief executive election to establish public administrative institute.

“It is necessary to set up a rich talent pool no matter which political system a country is,” Li said, “though there still exists some shortage, have the courage and make our efforts, which is the suitable attitude towards the hardship.”

Li Pang Kwong pointed out that politics consists of governance structure, complete system and talent. “If politics is used on governance, I would like to say that there is little politics for Hong Kong. And the more, the better,” said Li.

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