What she stands for

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 25 September, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Tuesday, 25 September, 2007, 12:00am

Democracy-based good governance: universal suffrage in 2012; securing efficient and well-motivated civil service; improving overall quality of life through accountable and responsive government

Education: improving communication between government, education sector and parents; implementing smaller class sizes; enhancing quality of associate degrees; improving pre-school education

Economy: promoting fair competition; protecting consumers' rights and intellectual property rights; supporting appropriate infrastructure development to meet demand and create job opportunities

Social justice: work on narrowing wealth gap; providing help for low-income families; foster more open, tolerant and harmonious society; focus on needs of ageing population; feasibility of setting up universal pension scheme; consider best way forward on health-care financing

Sustainable development: set up interdepartmental committee to draw up long-term plan on environmental issues; form guidelines for sustainable urban development and heritage preservation