Hong Kong’s universities ‘not being transparent’ with management records by failing to properly archive documents

//Hong Kong’s universities ‘not being transparent’ with management records by failing to properly archive documents

Hong Kong’s universities ‘not being transparent’ with management records by failing to properly archive documents

None of Hong Kong’s eight major universities keeps records of meetings by their governing councils in proper public archives despite controversy in recent years over how the institutions are managed.The discovery by the Post comes as the city’s Law Reform Commission carries out a public consultation exercise on a proposed archives law that would cover government departments and some statutory bodies.Universities would not be accountable under the law, but experts said they should be, in light…

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