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Sometimes the motto of government in Hong Kong seems to be if in doubt set up a committee or a commission. There are commissions looking into all kinds of things in Hong Kong.

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The occupation of Central is one strategy that’s being suggested if Beijing does not allow genuine universal suffrage for the Chief Executive in Hong Kong.

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You can’t have missed it. There’s been a meeting of the National People’s Congress in Beijing this week.

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We begin with this this week’s Budget,delivered by the Financial Secretary on Wednesday. And it’s a Budget to which the general response was “same old, same old”.

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It’s no surprise that, with the support of the pro-establishment camp in the Legislative Council, Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying will not have to face any Legco inquiry transparent to the general

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In the 1960s, while working as a civil servant, Hui Lan-sai's husband and his colleagues formed a cooperative society to buy a site in Cheung Sha Wan from the government.

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On Thursday, the Hong Kong Economic Journal published a statement clarifying an earlier commentary by former Central Policy Unit member Joseph Lian.

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Since the 1940s and 1950s most developed countries worldwide have enacted legislation designed to facilitate Freedom of Information and access to public records.

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The Hong Kong government has proposed amendments that will make tracing the personal details of company directors via the Hong Kong Companies Registry more difficult.

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This week, inevitably, we focus on the maiden Policy Address of Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying.

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