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Chow Yung: We don’t want the unrest for democracy, like Syria

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The organizer of Silent Majority, which is to counter the Occupy Central movement, said the biggest limitation of common suffrage is the final power of Central government.

“I am a passive person,” Robert Chow said, the fact is the China government has the power to turn down the final result of the common suffrage. Chow states that unless to mend the Basic Law, the final decision of appointing the Chief Executive of Hong Kong is still held by the Central government, according to the Sino-British Joint Declaration.

He asked the question on the reason of raising a civil movement before the proposal is released by Occupy Central. Chow perceived that the proposal of common suffrage of the CE election will release in September next year at most. “So what’s the point of having the movement at the 1st of July?” he challenged.

He interpreted that the Occupy Central movement will definitely be a violent act when it comes to the second stage. He described that the result of the movement at the first stage is the arrest of the participants. And it will also be the force of the second stage, to arise the public attention with the “innocent arrest”.

Chow also admitted that the serious consequence is only an assumption, but he wants to be safe from the assumed destructiveness. Once occupied the Central, the whole Hong Kong will be paralyzed and chaos will exist, he said, and used the unrest of Syria as an example.

He believed that most of the Hong Kong people will be rational enough in the movement, but added that even a little proportion of people may cause a huge tragic, given the recent mall tragic in Kenya as an example. --115064 2013年9月24日 (二) 18:13 (UTC)

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