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Civilised dialogue

To continue the direct dialogue with the public that was held in Tin Shui Wai last Sunday, I will visit Kwun Tong the day after tomorrow in the afternoon to listen to the public's views.

This time, the Secretary for Food and Health, Dr Ko Wing-man, and the Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong Kam-sing, will attend the forum with me.

I visit the districts because I want to talk directly with the public and listen to what they think and what they want. I hope that all parties will observe the rules of a civilised society and behave in an orderly manner both inside and outside the venue. No one should make loud noises or physical gestures to interfere with other people expressing their views. Nor should anyone block the passages.

Last Sunday, during my visit to Tin Shui Wai, there was a brawl outside the venue and a few people were suspected of using violence against others. The Police have handled the incident according to the law in a fair, just and impartial manner. Should similar incidents occur in the forum in Kwun Tong the day after tomorrow, I trust that the Police, as usual, will enforce the law in an impartial manner regardless of the background and political stance of the perpetrators.

August 16, 2013