HKSAR Government to hold seminar on promotion of spirit of 20th National Congress of CPC

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30th November 2022 – (Hong Kong)  The Central Government is showing its staunch support of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) by sending a publicity delegation to Hong Kong to speak on the spirit of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), upon the invitation of the HKSAR Government. The HKSAR Government will hold a seminar to promote the spirit of the 20th National Congress of the CPC at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai, on December 3. The keynote speakers of the delegation include the Chairman of the Legislative Affairs Commission of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, Mr Shen Chunyao, and the Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Economic Affairs of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Mr Xie Fuzhan.
 
“The 20th National Congress is vital to the development of our country and Hong Kong, the great rejuvenation of our nation, the steadfast and successful implementation of the ‘one country, two systems’ principle, and the long-term stability and safety of Hong Kong, therefore all the people of Hong Kong should learn to embrace the spirit of the 20th National Congress,” a Government spokesman said.
 
 The seminar will be broadcast from 3pm to 5.30pm on 3rd December (Saturday) on a government website (webcast.info.gov.hk) and the Facebook page of the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau (www.facebook.com/cmab.gov.hk). Major local television and radio stations will also broadcast the seminar. The full version of the seminar will also be uploaded to the website of the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau (www.cmab.gov.hk/en/home/index.htm).
 
“It is an invaluable opportunity to have the delegation to speak on the spirit of the 20th National Congress in Hong Kong. Members of the public should grasp the opportunity to watch the seminar to fully understand the content and significance of the spirit,” the spokesman urged.

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