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DC reform meetings held

The Government held exchange meetings on the theme of improving the district governance system and reforming the District Councils (DCs) at the Central Government Offices today.   Over 80 Hong Kong Special Administrative Region deputies to the National People's Congress (NPC) and Hong Kong SAR members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) were there to exchange views on improving the district governance system and supporting the District Council election.   Chief Executive John Lee noted that it is the first major citywide election after improving the district governance system and reforming the DCs, and is of particular significance.   He said it also marks the final mile for the full implementation of the principle of “patriots administering Hong Kong” in the district governance structure.   The Chief Executive also noted that the election is of great significance to the good governance and the long-term st

CSB volunteer team promotes poll

The Civil Service Bureau (CSB) Volunteer Team today distributed leaflets to civil servants outside the Central Government Offices (CGO) in Tamar to remind them to vote in the District Council (DC) election on December 10.

 

Led by Secretary for the Civil Service Ingrid Yeung, staff members from the Administrative Officer and Executive Officer grades, and other grades, met colleagues on the walkways and footbridge outside the CGO as they left work in the evening.

 

Mrs Yeung stressed that the DC election scheduled for December 10 is the first to be held following improvements to the district governance system and the reform of district councils.

 

“We all earnestly hope that the new DCs (can) make district services more targeted and bring stability and development to Hong Kong,” she said. “Civil servants, like members of the general public, should actively participate in it.”

 

Mrs Yeung added that this was the first time that the CSB had joined hands with the four central civil service consultative councils to promote the importance of the election to civil servants.

 

She said the CSB Volunteer Team hopes to encourage colleagues to grasp the opportunity to elect DC members who can do real work to benefit the districts. It will continue its promotional efforts at other government buildings.


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