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Civil domination is rejected by the Basic Law

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By Kathy Wu

Hong Kong can implement universal suffrage in 2017 as long as Hong Kong people can carry out the policy rationally and practically, said Hao Tie-chuan the director of the publicity, cultural and sports affairs liaison office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong.

‘The China government truly wants to help Hong Kong people to implement the universal suffrage,’ he said on Tuesday. He added the government would not only execute universal suffrage in Hong Kong, but also in mainland china after 50 years in this century.

He also said the universal suffrage is a good thing, but it has to be executed according to the Basic Law. ‘The chief executive has to be nominated by Nominations Commission. Hong Kong people have to respect Institution Law of China and the Basic Law and it is the product of China Law.’

Hao agreed Li Fei, chairman of the Basic Law Committee, said last week the chief executive should be accountable and responsible to the central government and the HKSAR. It means the chief executive should be a person who loves the country as well as Hong Kong.

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