The Chief Executive Mr Chui Sai On will deliver his Policy Address for the Fiscal Year 2015 on Monday (23 March) at 3 pm in the Legislative Assembly. This will be followed by a press conference at Government Headquarters, at 5 pm, where Mr Chui will take questions from the press. The following day, Mr Chui will attend a plenary meeting of the Legislative Assembly between 3pm to 6pm to explain his policies blueprint and answer questions from legislators. The five policy secretaries and their subordinates will present their 2015 policy guidelines to the Assembly from 3 pm to 8 pm, on the following dates: Secretary for Administration and Justice: 26-27 March, Secretary for Economy and Finance: 30-31 March, Secretary for Security: 9-10 April, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture: 13-14 April, and Secretary for Transport and Public Works: 16-17 April. Teledifusão de Macau (TDM) will broadcast these live on its television and radio services. Members of the public could also watch the live broadcast online through the Portal Website of the Macao SAR (http://www.gov.mo), the website of the Office of the Chief Executive (http://www.gce.gov.mo), the website of the Legislative Assembly (http://www.al.gov.mo), the website of the Government Information Bureau (http://www.gcs.gov.mo), and government news channel in YouTube (www.youtube.com/macaogcs). Chinese and Portuguese versions of the Policy Address for download will be available on these websites. After the Chief Executive speaks on Monday, hard copies of the Policy Address and pamphlets will be available at the Government Head Office Auxiliary Bureau, Government Information Bureau, Printing Bureau, Government Information Centre, Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau, Macao Central Library, and the Macao Post. To ensure a better understanding of the policies, the Macao Post will deliver pamphlets in Chinese and Portuguese with highlights of the Policy Address to every household in Macao. In addition, members of the public can pick up the pamphlets at locations, such as libraries of the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau, environmental information service centres, citizen service centres, centres of the Social Welfare Bureau, social affairs centres, centres of the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau, associations, non-government organisations and schools.