Chan believes that in the medium term the CE will deliver on key policies such as land and housing supply.
Felix Chung believes proposed ITB will be approved by legislators in October.
Wong Hung, an associate professor of social work at the CUHK, noted that the poverty situation in HK was serious.
The housing problem is the biggest challenge facing Hong Kong.
Economist Priscilla Lau Pui-king says the SAR should promote national education to correct people’s misunderstandings about the nation.
Executive Councilor Cheng Yiu-tong predicted that moderate voters would punish them for this in coming elections.
Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, president of the Legislative Council, is among a group of distinguished Hong Kong political, business and community leaders rewarded in the government’s latest honors.
HKSAR Basic Law Committee member Albert Chen Hung-yee has rejected the myth that the country’s top legislature has no power to impose additional requirements for electing the city’s Chief Executive and lawmakers.
The veto put the SAR’s democratic development at a standstill, says social administration professor Paul Yip.
Chan Wing-kee holds the opposition camp responsible for bringing Hong Kong’s democratic development to a standstill.