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Post-office appointments for Ms June Teng Qun-june

     The Advisory Committee on Post-office Employment for Former Chief Executives and Politically Appointed Officials has advised the Government on the proposed non-remunerated appointments of former Information Coordinator Ms June Teng Qun-june after leaving the Government on August 1. Ms Teng proposed to accept appointments as a member of a judging panel of an inter-collegiate documentary competition and a member of a judging panel for a news award.

     The Advisory Committee considers that, subject to observance of certain restrictions it has advised, the proposed appointments of Ms Teng would not cause any potential conflict of interest. The Advisory Committee also did not anticipate adverse public reaction or public perception problems arising from the proposed appointments. On the basis of the Committee's advice, the Government has approved the post-office appointments proposed by Ms Teng subject to those restrictions.

     In considering each case, the Advisory Committee has regard to the information provided by the former official concerned under special appointment, the assessments by relevant government bureaux or offices, and the criteria for advice as stipulated in the guidance notes on post-office employment for officials under special appointment.

     Details of the cases above are available at the Advisory Committee's website (

     The membership of the Advisory Committee is as follows:

Dr Moses Cheng Mo-chi (Chairman)
Mr Tim Lui Tim-leung
Professor Liu Pak-wai
Ms Teresa Cheng Yeuk-wah
Ms Elaine Lo Yuen-man

Ends/Friday, January 24, 2014
Issued at HKT 16:21


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