Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs

Hong Kong
Special Administrative Region

Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs
Raymond Tam

since 1 October 2011
Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau
Style The Honourable
Appointer Central People's Government
nomination by Chief Executive
Inaugural holder Michael Suen
Secretary for Constitutional Affairs
Stephen Lam
Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs
Formation 1 July 1997
1 July 2007
Website CMAB

The Secretary for Constitutional and Mainland Affairs (Chinese: 政制及內地事務局局長) is the head of the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, which is responsible for promoting the Basic Law, constitutional affairs, electoral development, and coordinate liaison between the Hong Kong government and the relevant mainland China authorities, as well as to promote various regional cooperation initiatives between Hong Kong and the mainland. Prior to

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