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Chow Yung: the Chinese government has the veto power in hand at the end

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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--115028 2013年9月24日 (二) 18:10 (UTC)

The chairman of Robert Chow and Friends Ltd, as well as a member of Silent Majority For HK, a group against Occupy Central, which is set for July 2014, reminded that the Chinese government could vote down a Chief Executive elected by Hong Kong people, even though it had never done so.

“ The Pan-democracy Camp should get down to figure out a decent candidate for Chief Executive for 2017,” said Chow Yung in a talk held in Hong Kong Shue Yan University today. He said, in a real election, the election expenditure was huge and it was a good question that if the Pan-democracy Camp should recommend a candidate that has a greater chance to win and be nominated by the government or recommend one that the government might vote down. If the Pan-democracy Camp candidate wins, but the government does not recognize, Hong Kong people can do nothing about it. “ I don’t see the government will give up its veto power (to nominate a candidate it does not like.),” said Chow.

Chow also questioned during the talk: “What’s the point of Occupy Central?” He explained, the constitutional package report would be handed in to the government in September or October next year, the time after Occupy Central held in July. “So what’s the point of proceeding the movement (before that)?” said Chow. He mentioned, a real universal suffrage should has “system”, and “powerful, qualified political parties have substantial opportunities to elect one or more candidates to elect for Chief Executive.”

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