CE releases Report on the Work of the Current-term Government 2012-2017
The Chief Executive, Mr C Y Leung, today (June 27) released the Report on the Work of the Current-term Government 2012-2017 to report to members of the public the progress and achievements by the current-term Government. The Report has been uploaded to the website of the Chief Executive's Office (www.ceo.gov.hk) for public viewing.
Following is the foreword by the Chief Executive in the Report:
In late 2011, after declaring my candidacy for the Chief Executive Election, I issued a draft platform for public comments. Having listened to the views of different sectors and social strata, I revised the draft platform and published my manifesto. At that time, I said that the manifesto was not only my platform for running in the Election, but would also be my platform for running Hong Kong after I was elected.
Since assuming office in July 2012, the entire Government and I have been administering Hong Kong in accordance with my manifesto. Through the Policy Address each year, we have been turning ideas, policies and measures in the manifesto into major initiatives progressively.
A work report was issued every late June over the past four years to give the public a regular account of the progress and achievements of our work so as to facilitate public supervision.
As our five-year term of office is drawing to an end, the current-term Government has decided to publish a five-year report to conclude the work of the Government in the past five years, so as to summarise the progress and achievements of our work with facts and figures for public perusal.
In concluding our work in the past five years, I would like to extend my special gratitude to all politically appointed officials, principal officials, civil servants, as well as members of the Executive Council, Legislative Council, District Councils, statutory bodies and advisory bodies. My thanks also go to members of the public for their advice, encouragement and criticism.
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