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Alliance for True Democracy denied low political sensitivity

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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by Tsui Tsz Ying Acacia


22 Oct, The leader of the Alliance for True Democracy denied that his visit to Taiwan reflected low political sensitivity.


The spokesperson of Alliance for True Democracy, who is also a professor of political science at City University of Hong Kong, Joseph Yu-shek Cheng's visit to Taiwan has elicited criticism in suspecting collusion with members of Chinese Nationalist Party and Democratic Progressive Party


Cheng denied the political contacts with Taiwan reflected low political sensitive for Alliance for True Democracy. Like any other 'ordinary people', Cheng said he just introduced Hong Kong's situation and exchange opinions with Taiwan.


"The move is to put pressure on the Chinese government", said Cheng.


Cheng is hoping that Hong Kong can receive extra attention from the Chinese government, in regarding its demand in genuine universal suffrage.


He added that the Chinese government’s recognition in implementing policies towards Taiwan would be greatly reduced, if Hong Kong failed to have full democracy.


The Alliance for True Democracy is a coalition of the 12 pan-democratic groups, in fighting for universal suffrage in Hong Kong.


Cheng claimed that the Alliance for True Democracy has no relations to Benny Tai Yiu-ting, pioneer of Occupying Central. He said he is prepared to any arrest or convict, and will show his personal support in Tai by joining the movement


Cheng said if a consensual democracy in universal suffrage couldn't be achieved, it would be a hard time for both the Hong Kong government and the newly elected Chief Executive in 2017, likely to be losing legitimacy in controversial social issues.--115036 2013年10月22日 (二) 19:49 (UTC)

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