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Benny Tai said” How far can you go away for democracy”?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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The second "deliberation day" for tertiary students will be held on 13th October in 7 university’s campus,which is another attempt by the Occupy Central campaign to deliberate a consensus on "democratic principles"for the next chief executive election.

"Everything has its price, as well as democracy" said campaign organizer Benny Tai Yiu-ting, an associate law professor at the University of Hong Kong.” We want to though the Occupy Central campaign to raise our bargaining power to China government, and being arrested is the result we foreseen. We want our massage can bloom in the city once drawing attention, to see how far we can go away for democracy.”

Tai believes the meetings will bring out consensus on some democratic principles including whether to follow the Basic Law or the international democratic standard, the conformation of the nomination committee and the central government's power to appoint the chief executive.

"If the threshold of civil nomination was sat too low, it is just a dominance," Tai said. "It is fair to be said on principle, but unfair on operation."

Occupy Central is a proposed civil disobedience protest which would take place in Central, Hong Kong in July 2014 for universal suffrage. The movement is initiated by Benny Tai Yiu-ting, an associate professor of law at the University of Hong Kong, in January 2013.

--115010 2013年10月8日 (二) 18:11 (UTC)

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