Arthur Garcia | South China Morning Post
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Arthur Garcia

Held in the highest regard

IT is with very deep concern that I read your article on November 15, headlined, '' 'Ombudsman too old for job' Watchdog forced to step down''.

Monday, 6 December, 1993, 12:00am

Complaints on the rise

THE number of complaints received by the Ombudsman has risen by eight per cent, and there has been a record number of inquiries.

Complaints between July 1992 and June this year rose to 162 and inquiries were up 7.6 per cent to 977.

17 Jul 1993 - 12:00am

Ombudsman criticises officials over land row

COMPLAINTS by 13 Tsuen Wan villagers over the Government's resumption of their ancestral land in Hoi Pa village two years ago were only ''partially substantiated'', the Commissioner for Administrative Complaints, Mr Arthur Garcia, said.

20 Apr 1993 - 12:00am

Gratuity pushes up figure

REMUNERATION for the ombudsman, the Government watchdog officially known as the Commissioner for Administrative Complaints, is expected to rise by 64.7 per cent to $2.7 million.

27 Feb 1993 - 12:00am

Ombudsman frustrated by restrictions

THE ombudsman, Mr Arthur Garcia, has expressed frustration at the Government's refusal to allow him to initiate investigations on his own.

The Executive Council last week agreed to expand the ombudsman's jurisdiction so the public can have direct access to his office instead of lodging complaints through non-civil service members of the Executive and Legislative Councils.

18 Jan 1993 - 12:00am