Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip says ‘one country, two systems’ principle can be implemented better only by looking at things from the city’s and the country’s perspective. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip says ‘one country, two systems’ principle can be implemented better only by looking at things from the city’s and the country’s perspective. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip says ‘one country, two systems’ principle can be implemented better only by looking at things from the city’s and the country’s perspective. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Senior Hong Kong public officers should keep in mind the country’s interests when performing their duties, civil service chief says

  • Patrick Nip says the implementation of ‘one country, two systems’ can only be improved by looking at things from both a national and city perspective
  • But it does not mean that officers will have to observe the mainland’s civil service rules, he adds

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip says ‘one country, two systems’ principle can be implemented better only by looking at things from the city’s and the country’s perspective. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip says ‘one country, two systems’ principle can be implemented better only by looking at things from the city’s and the country’s perspective. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Secretary for the Civil Service Patrick Nip says ‘one country, two systems’ principle can be implemented better only by looking at things from the city’s and the country’s perspective. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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