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Monday, February 27, 2017
The Liaison Office in Macau has announced that Gao Qixin has been officially appointed as the new director of the Research Department of the Central People’s Government’s Liaison Office in Macau, according to a press release from the Office....

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One former technician from the Prosecutor’s Office revealed a “high-ranking” official in the department had once recommended a company for a renovation bid
The current deputy head of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Leung Hio Meng, has been officially named the new president of the government department, effective tomorrow, as announced in yesterday’s Official Gazette. The promotion of Mr. Leung follows the departure...
The Court of Final Appeal includes involvement of the former official in a case of agar wood appropriation to the indictment
Hong Kong business tycoon Joseph Lau Luen Hung has named his wife Kimbee Chan Hoi Wan as an executive director of Chinese Estates Holdings Ltd., effective from Monday. According to a company filing, Ms. Chan will hold office until the...
Former Prosecutor-general Ho Chio Meng claimed a trip to Dubai with other defendants was for official purposes, while the current assessor of Prosecutor-general Ip Son Sang said suspicious practices for awarding public contracts (of which the former top official is accused of being involved in) are still being used by the current Prosecutor’s Office

Totting up democracy

Electoral committee believes the budget for 2017 Legislative Elections could increase by as much as MOP56.4 million as number of registered voters grows by 30,000 from previous elections
Witnesses testified that former Prosecutor-general Ho Chio Meng had kept the confiscated agar wood
The Judiciary Police (PJ) has appointed Luís Leong as the director of its Gaming-related Crimes Division (GCD) and Suen Kam Fai as the new principal of the Judiciary Police School. Chau Wai Kuong, the Director of PJ, administered the...
Chinese central government intervention in Hong Kong’s legislative affairs has led to a downgrade in the city’s civil rights freedom ranking, raising concerns that similar influences could be extended to the MSAR following electoral law changes
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