A top official denied yesterday Harris Myers had been victimised. Chief Secretary for Administration Anson Chan Fang On-sang said Myers, the Government Printer, had infringed government regulations. 'I am making absolutely clear that there is no, I said no, victimisation,' Mrs Chan said. 'As a senior civil servant, he does have an obligation to set a good example. 'He has admitted the offence in court and has received an appropriate sentence from the court. 'There is no victimisation and absolutely no truth to an allegation in the overseas press that we are trying to get rid of expatriate officers,' she said. The Secretary for Civil Service, Lam Woon-kwong, said a code of conduct was being drafted to ensure the civil service was clean. He said a review of the declaration of interests of civil servants was almost complete. 'We will strive to improve the productivity of the civil service to ensure that it will remain clean and honest,' he said.