Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for civil service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Erick Tsang Kwok-wai, Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit Wing-hang and Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai. Photo: Kin Cheung Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for civil service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Erick Tsang Kwok-wai, Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit Wing-hang and Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai. Photo: Kin Cheung
Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for civil service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Erick Tsang Kwok-wai, Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit Wing-hang and Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai. Photo: Kin Cheung
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SCMP Editorial

Understanding of rules begins at the top

  • New minister in charge of the civil service has to make it clear on the city’s governing principle and mini-constitution at such a crucial time

Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for civil service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Erick Tsang Kwok-wai, Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit Wing-hang and Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai. Photo: Kin Cheung Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for civil service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Erick Tsang Kwok-wai, Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit Wing-hang and Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai. Photo: Kin Cheung
Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for civil service Patrick Nip Tak-kuen, Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Erick Tsang Kwok-wai, Secretary for Innovation and Technology Alfred Sit Wing-hang and Secretary for Home Affairs Caspar Tsui Ying-wai. Photo: Kin Cheung
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