Regina Ip meets with the Hong Kong Medical Association
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Chief Executive candidate Mrs. Regina Ip told a group of medical practitioners that she would truthfully reflect the views of Hong Kong people to the Central Government on constitutional reform if she was elected Chief Executive.

She said she would strive to relaunch public consultation on constitutional reform based on the 8.31 decision, which is irrevocable, and reasonable discussion could only be possible with recognition of this fact.

“I would seek a consensus in hopes of achieving a new decision that can move the reform forward.” she said. 

Mrs. Ip met with the Hong Kong Medical Association on Saturday (21 January) for in-depth discussion on a wide variety of issues, including the Medical Registration Amendment (2016) Bill, constitutional reform, Article 23, youth policy, population policy, doubly non-permanent resident children, abuse of the torture claim system, importation of domestic helpers, and planning of landfills. 

At the meeting, Mrs. Ip emphasised that the next administration must improve “three relationships”, i.e. Hong Kong-Mainland relations, executive-legislative relations and government-citizens relations, which were crucial to good governance. 

 “I would actively communicate with different parties, uphold the rule of law, respect established rules and procedures, enhance transparency, and promote social harmony through consensus seeking.” Mrs. Ip added. 

Mrs Ip and her team will continue to meet various parties and organisations to explain her policy platform and seek support.

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