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Alliance granted permission to meet Shih Ming-teh, said Joseph Cheng

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(You should in your lead point out there was news report saying otherwise. Therefore your lead should go like this: Professor Joseph Cheng Yu-shek, convenor of the Alliance for True Democracy angrily denied a news report that his meeting with a Taiwan independence activist was not sanctioned by the alliance. Sanction here means give official permission or approval.)

By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 22 October 2013


Professor Joseph Cheng Yu-shek, convenor of the Alliance for True Democracy, said with fury that his meeting with Shih Ming-teh, former chairman of the Democratic Progressive Party, was permitted by the alliance.


As Hong Kong Economic Times reported today, Cheng visited Taiwan on October 19 to participate in a discussion with Shih about electoral reform movement in Hong Kong, despite the alliance’s opposition and consensus to decline the meeting.


In a speech delivered in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Cheng pointed out that the newspaper’s claim was “totally wrong” and explained in a rage that his meeting with Shih was clearly authorized by the alliance on the last Wednesday.


Cheng expressed that his actions would be always in line with those of the alliance.


“I strongly believe that all members of the Alliance are satisfied with my responsible attitude. Undoubtedly, I will resign immediately if they voice their discontent against my work,” said Cheng.


Cheng said that Shih and the New School for Democracy will hold seminars in December 7-8 and January 18-19 to discuss civil society and social movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan.


He added that whether the alliance would join the seminars was still under discussion.
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