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HK high degree of autonomy

Since the return of Hong Kong to the Motherland, the city has been exercising a high degree of autonomy and “Hong Kong people administering Hong Kong” in strict accordance with the Basic Law.

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Juror allowance to rise

The Government will increase the allowance for jurors, court witnesses and Obscene Articles Tribunal adjudicators.

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CE meets Guangdong official

Chief Executive CY Leung has met CPC Guangdong Provincial Committee Secretary Hu Chunhua in Guangzhou.

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HK, Guangdong meeting held

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung is leading a delegation to Guangzhou to co-chair the 22nd Working Meeting of the Hong Kong-Guangdong Co-operation Joint Conference with Guangdong Vice-Governor He Zhongyou.

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CE meets Shenzhen mayor

Chief Executive CY Leung has met with Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin in Shenzhen to discuss bilateral co-operation.

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CS lauds Budget

Chief Secretary Mathew Cheung has hailed the 2017-18 Budget as well-balanced, comprehensive, pragmatic and forward-looking, which will make the best use of government resources to develop the economy and improve livelihood.

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Budget complements Policy Address: CE

Chief Executive CY Leung has called on legislators and the public to support the 2017-18 Budget which gives funding to implement the initiatives announced in his Policy Address last month.

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CS to attend Guangzhou meeting

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung will lead a delegation to Guangzhou on February 23 to co-chair the 22nd Working Meeting of the Hong Kong-Guangdong Co-operation Joint Conference with Guangdong Vice-Governor He Zhongyou. 

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CE to visit SZ, GZ

Chief Executive CY Leung will lead a delegation to visit Shenzhen and Guangzhou on February 23.

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Law database to launch

The Department of Justice will launch a new electronic legislation database on February 24 to provide convenient and free access to the Laws of Hong Kong.

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Gov't rejects foreign interference

The Government has expressed deep regret over a foreign legislature’s introduction of a bill seeking to interfere in the affairs of Hong Kong without evidence that Mainland authorities have enforced laws across the boundary.

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CE: Central Gov't oversees HK

Chief Executive election candidates cannot brush aside the right exercised by the Central Government over Hong Kong's governance, Chief Executive CY Leung says.

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Prompt LegCo approvals urged

Chief Executive CY Leung has called on legislators to approve bills without delay to swiftly improve people’s livelihood and take forward socio-economic development.

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Eric Ma vows more land supply

New Secretary for Development Eric Ma has vowed to boost land supply and promote sustainable development after his appointment was approved by the Central Government. 

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Stephen Sui honoured to be welfare chief

Stephen Sui says he is honoured to be nominated by the Chief Executive, and appointed by the Central Government, as Secretary for Labour & Welfare.

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CE election nomination to start

The nomination period for the March 26 Chief Executive Election will run from February 14 to March 1.

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New bureau secretaries named

Eric Ma has been appointed Secretary for Development and Stephen Sui Secretary for Labour & Welfare.

 

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Raymond Tam visits electoral office

Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam has visited the Registration & Electoral Office to inspect preparations for the 2017 Chief Executive Election.

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Cycling team wins 11 medals

The Hong Kong team has won 11 medals at the 37th Asian Track Cycling Championship in India.

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Official pay adjustment approved

The salary adjustment of politically appointed officials has been approved by the Legislative Council Finance Committee.

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