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By: Mollie Hib、Jemima BadajosEdited by: Mollie Hib、Jemima Badajos

Live: Policy Address 2022

  • 2022-10-19
  • By: Mollie Hib、Jemima BadajosEdited by: Mollie Hib、Jemima Badajos
  • 2022-10-19

Follow us for live coverage of Chief Executive John Lee's inaugural policy address 2022.   1:45 PM: John Lee's first policy address has officially ended. Come back for more TYR coverage in the afternoon.   1:44 PM: "I have full confidence in the future of Hong Kong,” says Lee, as he ends his first policy address.   1:40 PM: John Lee surpasses previous Chief Executive Carrie Lam for the longest policy address ever, with the previous time being 2 hours and 39 minutes last year.   1:38 PM: Lee mentions relaxation of Covid-19 measures but did not mention any plans for a "0+0" scheme. This was expected by multiple insiders, considering a possible surge of cases in the winter.   1:36 PM: John Lee is discussing with the mainland to resume normal cross-boundary travel.   1:34 PM: "The greatest impact with the lowest control," commented Lee on the Covid-19 epidemic measures.   1:33 PM:  Land will be provided for a new starter project to help more young people buy their first home and provide more youth hostels for young people.   1:31 PM: An annual Hong Kong Youth festival will be begin next year.   1:27 PM:  The Home and Youth affairs Bureau will be released the first major document in Hong Kong on nurturing youth development.   1:24 PM: All new teachers in public schools must pass the Basic Law test, to be "role models" for students and will treat misconduct in a "serious manner".  They will also be required to participate in mainland study tours.   1:22 PM: All public school have to educate parents on National Security. All publicly-funded schools will organise one or more activities relating to national education for parents every year, said John Lee#policyaddress2022@hkbutyr — Noah Tsang (@TsangHingtsz) October 19, 2022 1:22 PM: To …