Ip Sik-On

Abstainer admits feeling pressure

SIMON Ip Sik-on, who abstained in the vote on the Liberal Party's attempt to water down the Government's reform package, said he had done so after pressure from his constituents.

Friday, 1 July, 1994, 12:00am

Legco 'not sitting on' crime bill

THE legal profession's representative in the Legislative Council, Simon Ip Sik-on, has denied legislators are to blame for the long delay in passing the Organised and Serious Crimes Bill.

''I need to remove the erroneous impression that we are sitting on the bill,'' he said yesterday.

9 Oct 1993 - 12:00am

Legislators in call for reforms to judiciary

A SENIOR administrator with proven experience and management skills should be appointed to reform the judiciary and bolster its efficiency, Legislative Councillors said yesterday.

Councillors said they were unhappy about the long waiting time before cases were heard.

26 Mar 1993 - 12:00am

Ip challenges Beijing on contract for CT9

THE legal profession's representative in the Legislative Council, Mr Simon Ip Sik-on, yesterday challenged China's demand for further Sino-British negotiation on the awarding of the Container Terminal 9 (CT9) contract, saying it was entirely within Hongkong's autonomy.

29 Jan 1993 - 12:00am