Anson Chan Fang On-sang, Chief Secretary for Administration: 'I am saddened, and not a little troubled, to see two fine public servants, who have between them served this community for over 50 years, virtually put on public trial.' Tsang Yok-sing, DAB: 'I hoped the Government would not have been so reluctant to face a new political culture. Whether you like it or not, it has already arrived.' Edward Ho Sing-tin, Liberal Party: 'I have time and again reflected professionals' concern about housing problems with Ms Wong. My impression is that she does not understand it.' Andrew Cheng Kar-foo, Democratic Party: 'Political neutrality should not become a protection device for incapable officials.' Lee Cheuk-yan, The Frontier: 'Ms Wong's resignation makes people feel public opinion works and there's still hope in our society.' Ronald Arculli, Liberal Party: 'What they [Housing Authority members] cannot deny is the loss of public confidence. This is a very grave and serious situation.' Bernard Charnwut Chan, independent: 'This is a good lesson for the Chief Executive. [If] the Government had handled the issue with more political wisdom and caution at the beginning, members of the public would have not been so provoked.' Emily Lau Wai-hing, The Frontier: 'No matter how the Government resists, you can't resist the growing public expectation that officials should be held responsible and resign when things have gone wrong.' Tam Yiu-chung, DAB: 'Is Legco making a rush decision without first ascertaining the responsibilities through investigations?' James To Kun-sun, Democratic Party: 'Ms Wong realised that the public had lost confidence in her. Why does Mr Tung want the public to accept a reformer whom they don't trust?'