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The Director of the Transport Bureau (DSAT) revealed that his department is going to submit the analytical report to the Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Lau Si Io, addressing the previous Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) report that labeled the current bus operation system “the most severe case of legal breach”. Nevertheless, he refused to disclose the contents of the report. “We have finished (the report) before the deadline. We will submit it as soon as we start working (today)”, said Director Wong Wan. However, when the media asked him to reveal some details of the report, Mr Wong has declined. “I don’t think I can (disclose its contents). In fact, we should let our superior understand the overall situation of the matter first. And then we will explain it to the public according to procedure.” In addition, the Director said there would be a meeting of creditors this Wednesday. He added that some matters regarding Reolian are still awaiting judicial decision and the Bureau will organize its tasks in accordance with the upcoming decision.  

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