The Law Reform Commission of the Archives Law Subcommittee, chaired by Andrew Liao (right), in December called on the Hong Kong government to enact a law to “bring greater visibility, clarity, certainty and transparency” to the management of government records and archives. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Right to information law won’t help without legislation to ensure documents are properly archived

  • Missing documents and records following recent scandals show the limits of what a right to information law would achieve by itself
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The Law Reform Commission of the Archives Law Subcommittee, chaired by Andrew Liao (right), in December called on the Hong Kong government to enact a law to “bring greater visibility, clarity, certainty and transparency” to the management of government records and archives. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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