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Chairmen and Vice-chairmen of 18 District Councils elected

     The 18 District Councils (DCs) have elected their Chairmen and Vice-chairmen.

     The list of Chairmen and Vice-chairmen of all DCs is as follows:

District              Chairman;
--------              --------------
Central and Western   Mr Yip Wing-shing;
                      Mr Chan Hok-fung
Eastern               Mr Wong Kin-pan;
                      Mr Chiu Chi-keung
Southern              Dr Chu Ching-hong;
                      Mr Chan Fu-ming
Wan Chai              Mr Stephen Ng Kam-chun;
                      Dr Jennifer Chow Kit-bing
Kowloon City          Mr Pun Kwok-wah;
                      Mr Cho Wui-hung
Kwun Tong             Dr Bunny Chan Chung-bun;
                      Mr Kin Hung Kam-in
Sham Shui Po          Mr Ambrose Cheung Wing-sum;
                      Mr Chan Wai-ming
Wong Tai Sin          Mr Li Tak-hong;
                      Mr Joe Lai Wing-ho
Yau Tsim Mong         Mr Chris Ip Ngo-tung;
                      Ms Wong Shu-ming
Islands               Mr Chow Yuk-tong;
                      Mr Randy Yu Hon-kwan
Kwai Tsing            Mr Law King-shing;
                      Mr Chow Yick-hay
North                 Mr So Sai-chi;
                      Mr Li Kwok-fung
Sai Kung              Mr George Ng Sze-fuk;
                      Mr Sing Hon-keung
Sha Tin               Mr Ho Hau-cheung;
                      Mr Thomas Pang Cheung-wai
Tai Po                Mr Cheung Hok-ming;
                      Ms Wong Pik-kiu
Tsuen Wan             Mr Chung Wai-ping;
                      Mr Wong Wai-kit
Tuen Mun              Mr Leung Kin-man;
                      Mr Lothar Lee Hung-sham
Yuen Long             Mr Shum Ho-kit;
                      Mr Wong Wai-shun

     To assist the DC members of the new term in discharging their duties effectively, the Home Affairs Department (HAD) will hold two briefing sessions tomorrow (January 8) and next Tuesday (January 12) to brief them on the operation of a DC to serve the community.

     Participants will be briefed on the functions of the Home Affairs Bureau and the HAD, "Manual on the Use of DC Funds", "Guidelines on the Remuneration Package for Members of the DCs", "Manual on the Use of Provision for Duty Visits Outside Hong Kong for Members of the DCs", "Code of Conduct for Members of a DC or Its Committees", "Guidelines for Implementing District Minor Works Projects" and the Signature Project Scheme.

     A representative from the Independent Commission Against Corruption will brief participants on the integrity management of DCs as well as conduct and discipline that public officers should observe including declaration of interests, vetting of applications for DC funds and salient issues of concern to avoid conflicts of interest.

     A spokesman for the HAD said, "We look forward to working closely together with all DC members in the new term on community building and responding to district needs."

Ends/Thursday, January 7, 2016
Issued at HKT 19:46


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