Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu, pictured on May 15, says he has faced obstacles in assembling his governing team. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu, pictured on May 15, says he has faced obstacles in assembling his governing team. Photo: Sam Tsang
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Hong Kong government revamp: will more really mean better?

  • A major criticism of the government during the last two years has been the lack of cohesion and cooperation between departments
  • Will adding new bureaus and deputies under a HK$95 million restructuring lead to better, more tangible results, or simply more silos and buck-passing?

Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu, pictured on May 15, says he has faced obstacles in assembling his governing team. Photo: Sam Tsang
Chief Executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu, pictured on May 15, says he has faced obstacles in assembling his governing team. Photo: Sam Tsang
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