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Ideological differences between Tien and Ip were expected Listen
An academic says ideological differences between Michael Tien and Regina Ip were expected. Chung Kim-wah -- the Director of the Centre for Social Policy Studies at the Polytechnic University – say both have strong views and may not see eye to eye on various issues. He also says it appears Ip did not support Tien to become the president of the legislature after the Legislative Council Election last year. Chung speaks to Jim Gould.
Doctors could face prosecution Listen
Civic Party legislator, Kwok Ka-ki, says doctors at Queen Mary Hospital could face prosecution if they go ahead on their own and take part of the liver of a 17-year-old girl to save her ailing mother. Kwok, who is also a doctor, says the law is preventing them because donors have to be at least 18-years old. He says “the law is the law” and hope a donor could be found soon as the woman is now in a very critical condition. Kwok speaks to Ben Tse.