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Govt rejects UK report on HK

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government today vehemently refuted, strongly disapproved of and firmly rejected the slandering remarks and ill-intentioned political attacks on the city under the successful application of “one country, two systems” in the so-called United Kingdom Six-monthly Report on Hong Kong: July to December 2022.   In a press statement, the Government again urged the UK to respect international law and the basic norms governing international relations and stop interfering in Hong Kong matters, which are purely China’s internal affairs.   Improved electoral system for patriots to administer HK The new electoral system has established the Legislative Council Election Committee Constituency which goes beyond the vested interests of various groups and districts, and broadened the representation in Hong Kong’s political structure in a balanced and orderly manner, thereby enhancing the city’s governance efficiency, the statement pointed out.   The sev

Chris Sun to visit bay area cities

Secretary for Labour & Welfare Chris Sun will lead a social welfare sector delegation for a three-day visit to Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Zhongshan tomorrow to view elderly and rehabilitation service facilities and exchange views with relevant units.   The delegation comprises heads and high-level representatives from Social Welfare Sector Heart to Heart Joint Action, community associations, non-governmental organisations and the Council of Social Service. Representatives of the Labour & Welfare Bureau, the Elderly Commission, the Rehabilitation Advisory Committee and the Social Welfare Department will also join the trip.   Mr Sun and the delegation will attend an exchange seminar on Greater Bay Area development to be hosted by the Guangdong Department of Civil Affairs. In addition, the delegates will visit community and residential care service units to keep abreast of the latest developments of Qianhai in Shenzhen and the bay area.   Mr Sun will return to Hong Kong on Wednesday. In his absence, Under Secretary for Labour & Welfare Ho Kai-ming will be Acting Secretary.

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