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Full democratic mechanism helps government to gain support

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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By Alison Leung

If our Chief Executive was not elected by a full democratic mechanism, the poor acceptability of the government led to big governance challenges, said the spokesperson of Alliance for True Democracy, Joseph Yu-shek Cheng.

Cheng said, because Hong Kong Chief Executive was not elected by a fair and democratic mechanism, he usually was afraid to touch sensitive issues.

“Donald Tsang mentioned health-care financing, broadening Hong Kong's tax base in his term but did not do anything. It is because he knew that he could not gain public support,” said Cheng.

He said he was disappointed that the government started the public consultation on political reform so late.

“Why do they not start earlier? They always want to put off the consultation.” He said.

He said he hoped that there would be a satisfied solution for the political reform in April next year.

Cheng said the major concern of the universal suffrage was the nomination mechanism.

“If all the candidates are appointed by Beijing, the election is meaningless,” he said.


--115118 2013年10月22日 (二) 18:01 (UTC)

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