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‘People who go against central government would not have any chance to be elected’, said Hao

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By Mildred Cheung

The director of publicity, culture and sports affairs at China Liaison Office, Hao Tie-chuan, emphasized the principles for the will-be-nominated candidates should be ‘love the country and Hong Kong’ and those who oppose central government will not be considered.


'Chief Executive should be responsible to both China and Hong Kong, it is a double responsibility,'Hao said, 'none of the countries will allow a person who go against with the central government, to be the chief executive of a region under its governance. It is obviously a basic requirement.' In addition, he reminded that people who fit the condition in Basic Law Article 44 can strive for the support from nominating committee.


Hao said it is not necessary to seek western experts’ opinion in the standard of universal suffrage as there is no “model answer” in the issue. He believed that the coming election in Hong Kong will be universal and equal, and there will be no difference between the rests of the election around the world. For the suit number of candidates in the election, Hao said it is not the time for him to express his view on the issue before public consultation.


Hao reaffirmed the Basic Law Committee chairman, Li Fei’s points of view in universal suffrage, including the importance of nominating committee with high representative level. ‘The major concern for a committee is to have balance participation for all walks of life,’ Hao said, ‘it is a feasible method to express views and most acceptable method in the public.’ Hao also stated that the method of election should follow all the rules in Basic Law and the standard set by The National People's Congress Standing Committee.


--115027 2013年11月26日 (二) 18:06 (UTC)
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