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In the administration of the Act, latitude has always been given to


MPs, across political parties, to exercise autonomy in their
judgement on such matters as to how best to achieve their agenda
and serve their residents interest6.

The Review Team found that it was not an uncommon practice


across parties for the elected MPs to tap on the reliability, expertise
and support of those who share their political party affiliation
(instances include party council and ordinary members, as well as
party supporters or political supporters of the MP personally) and
engage them as TC professional staff to deliver their programmes
for the estate and achieve the MPs electoral promises.

Not an uncommon practice common practice

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2013
1 The review was originally meant to be completed within 2
months but was extended till April 2013 as the MPs involved in
the Review and the Review Team were tied up with the March
2013 Committee of Supply debates.

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