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New views: Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam briefs the media on October 21 on the report to be submitted to the Central authorities on the latest public opinions on political reform.

Sharing knowledge

Sharing knowledge: Secretary for Home Affairs Tsang Tak-sing officiates at the opening ceremony of the 10th Conference on Co-operative Development & Sharing of Chinese Resources on October 21.

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Report possible: Following talks with student representatives on October 21, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam says the Government is considering submitting a report to the Central Government reflecting public opinion about the National People's Congress Standing Committee's decision on constitutional development.

Career boost

Career boost: The Labour Department opens its three-day job fair in Tsuen Wan on October 21, offering 7,700 jobs from over 100 organisations.

Constitutional conference

Constitutional conference: Chief Secretary Carrie Lam, flanked by Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen and Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam, meets the Federation of Students on October 21 with Chief Executive's Office Director Edward Yau (left) and Under Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Lau Kong-wah (right).

Video-Contempt caution

Contempt caution: Police Public Relations Branch Chief Superintendent Steve Hui urges protesters on October 21 to comply with court orders to stop the illegal occupation of roads.

Balanced participation

Balanced participation: Chief Executive CY Leung tells reporters on October 21 that the Basic Law requires the nomination committee for the Chief Executive election in 2017 to be evenly comprised of representatives of different social groups.   

Towards resolution

Towards resolution: Chief Executive CY Leung tells the media on October 21 that talks with students later that day would be a good start to constitutional reform discussions, and protesters must consider facing their criminal or civil liability.

Dialogue calm, rational: CS

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam described the Government's meeting with the Federation of Students as calm and rational, which is helpful for mutual understanding.

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FS meets finance ministers

Financial Secretary John Tsang has held bilateral meetings with his counterparts from Malaysia, Canada and Indonesia on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation Finance Ministers' Meeting in Beijing.

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Discussion can narrow differences

Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam says differences can be narrowed by more communication and further discussion in the next consultation exercise on constitutional development.

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Constitutional dialogue sincere: CS

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam says the Government is sincere in its dialogue with students, adding that the dialogue was held in response to the Federation of Students’ demands and was in line with the community’s expectation.

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Gov't to consider submitting opinion report

Chief Secretary Carrie Lam says the Government has agreed to consider relaying the Federation of Student’s concerns, opinions and requests on constitutional development to the Central Government.

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