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Andrew Fung not capable to lobby 6 votes of Democratic Party

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(Why Fung, or the government has to lobby and persuade pan democrats or legislators from the Democratic Party to support the political reform bill? You have to explain to us why the 6 votes the Democratic Party holds are that important. It is only 6 out of a total of 70 after all.)


By Au Ka Chun--125172 2015年4月21日 (二) 17:56 (UTC)


The political reform proposal of 2017 will be announced tomorrow. Former Democratic Party standing committee member and Government Information Coordinator Andrew Fung said he is not capable to lobby members of the Democratic Party to vote for the reform proposal.


The Democratic Party held 6 votes out of 70 of the reform proposal had insisted to vote against the proposal. Fung said he has meetings with some of the members of his former party every week, but he never lobbies them to vote for the proposal.


Fung said Hong Kong should achieve universal suffrage “step by step”. He encouraged people voice out “politely” after considering the advantages and disadvantages whether the political reform proposal passes or not passes.


Fung said he will respect every opinions because Hong Kong is an open society, but he said he is responsible for commenting on the views which he thinks are wrong, otherwise public will form wrong perception.


Fung said the real democracy is to do what is good for the country. He said it has no good to treat the government as an enemy when evaluating government policies.
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