Witnessed by the former Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs, Mr Tam Chi-yuen, this morning (15th), the Chief Executive-elect, Mr. Lee Ka-chiu, signed a statutory declaration stating that he does not belong to any political party, nor is he a member of any political party.
Li Jiachao said that he had signed a letter of commitment earlier, stating that he would not become a member of a political party during his term of office, and he would submit it to the Returning Officer later.
He said that a government restructuring plan has been submitted to the Chief Executive's Office, and the current government is integrating the plan, and details are not disclosed at this time.
As for when to go to Beijing to accept the letter of appointment issued by the central government, he said it is up to the central government to decide.
The Democratic Party intends to submit an opinion letter Li Jiachao: accept anyone's opinion
As for whether the government reorganization will create positions such as Deputy Secretary, Li Jiachao said that in principle, he prefers the plan proposed by the current government. He has submitted his comments to the Chief Executive's Office. It is not appropriate to disclose details at this time.
He believes that structural reorganization can strengthen the whole, which is beneficial to the administration of the sixth government.
Leung Cheuk-wai, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Hong Kong, predicts that the sixth wave of the epidemic will break out in two weeks.
In addition, the Democratic Party plans to submit a policy opinion letter to Li Jiachao next week. Li Jiachao pointed out that he accepts anyone's opinion and handles it according to the actual situation, but he has not responded whether it is a good time to reconcile with the Democratic Party.
Li Jiachao: The candidate for the Chief Secretary has already decided to reset the organization, strengthen policy analysis and coordination Ideology has nothing to do with Li Jiachao: The reorganization plan has been submitted to the Chief Executive's Office to sign a statement indicating that he does not belong to any political party