Formulation of a youth development plan will be first on the agenda, said Alice Mak Mei-kuen, secretary of interior and youth affairs on her first day at work since taking office. function.
The government headquarters in Central on Monday saw senior officials from John Lee Ka-chiu’s administration return to work for the first time after being sworn in on July 1 by President Xi Jinping.
Speaking to reporters upon her arrival, the city’s new interior and youth secretary, Mak, said her top priorities after taking office would be to take into account the ideas proposed in the election manifesto of the chief executive.
She said formulating a youth development plan would be her top priority, followed by setting up a network of care teams in the city’s 18 districts.
Meanwhile, Cheuk Wing-hing, deputy chief secretary for city administration, said Chief Executive Lee had already met with the political team on Sunday to discuss the implementation of the “four hopes mentioned by President Xi when the head of state addressed the future of Hong Kong. .
The “four hopes” outlined by Xi on Friday include improving governance, strengthening the SAR’s development momentum, improving people’s livelihoods, and maintaining harmony and stability in the SAR. the city.
Cheuk also noted that he would show his courage by taking responsibility, also adopting a “can do” attitude to solve problems with his fellow civil servants.