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Alliance for True Democracy: China cannot restrict who we meet

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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(It is better to use the term "Beijing" than "China" in your title because the former means the central government while China is too general in its scope. Isn't Hong Kong also part of China? Just "meeting with Taiwan's politicians personally" does not quite reflect the seriousness of the matter, "meeting with Taiwan independence activists" is more to the point.)

Alliance for True Democracy: China cannot restrict who we meet


Lin Li Ping, 22-10-2013


“The report of Hong Kong Economic Times was totally wrong!” Spokesperson of Alliance for True Democracy, Yu-shek Cheng emphasized. He said, members of the alliance agreed his meeting with Taiwan’s politicians personally.


Cheng’s trip to Taiwan arouses many Hong Kong media’s suspicion about his political aim. A student quoted that Hong Kong Economic Times reported that Cheng’s trip did not approved by his alliance. Cheng responded that his trip was approved by other members of the alliance, he did not violate the consensus of them. For the criticism of colluding with Taiwan politician Shih Ming-teh, he refuted that if meeting was equal to colluding, many Hong Kong Government officers were colluding with businessmen. He said, to be a person who fights for democracy, he would not allow China Government to restrict who he meets because he thought this is a kind of dwarfing for himself.


Hong Kong Chief Executive CY Leung just announced that the consultation of constitutional reform would be carried out at the end of the year. Cheng said the alliance was disappointed about that late consultation. “We think the consultation should be carried out as soon as possible.” He predicted that this is because the Government have to wait for the decision of China at November.

--125034 2013年10月22日 (二) 18:02 (UTC)

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