New Hong Kong leader to set up 4 task forces to tackle key livelihood issues
John Lee also reveals at his first question and answer session in the Legislative Council that he has told all bureau chiefs to submit their targets to his office by next month.
Hong Kong’s new leader will set up four task forces to tackle pressing livelihood issues and has ordered ministers to formulate policy targets by the end of next month, he revealed while laying out his governing plans during his first official visit to the legislature as chief executive.
John Lee Ka-chiu also said he would revive a government think tank, to be renamed the Chief Executive’s Policy Unit, that would not only gauge local public sentiment, but also have a full grasp of national and international developments to help with policymaking.
Lee, who has pledged to adopt a “result-oriented” approach and set key performance indicators to measure progress, revealed at his first question and answer session in the Legislative Council on Wednesday that he had demanded all bureau chiefs submit their targets to his office by next month.