Civilian compares ill-managed Owners’ Incorporation to worsening public administration in Hong Kong since 1997

On March 31, 2020, riot police barged into Glorious Garden in Tuen Mun, intercepted and arrested at least 4 people. During the operation, police deployed pepper-spray and raised the blue warning flag, ordering onlooking residents to leave.

Distressed residents attempted to ask Owners’ Incorporation and Management office of the housing estate for an explanation, only to find a long list of “bad debts” on the financial records of the Incorporation.

Contesting candidate, Kwan Siu-kee confessed that he used to treat Glorious Garden as merely a premise for him to stay in before and after work, never paying real attention to affairs concerning building management of the housing estate. Kwan paused and remarked, “Just like a reflection of what’s been ongoing in Hong Kong, if my generation were doing more before the Handover, Hong Kong wouldn’t be suffering like this.”

Source: InMedia

Contributor: GM02

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