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Hao: Hong Kongers commonly agree CE should be loyal to China

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【26th November, 2013 Leung Nga Wing】Hao Tiechuan, Director-General of the Department of Publicity, Cultural and Sports Affairs Liaison Office of the Central Peoples’s Government in the HKSAR, said that Hong Kongers commonly agree that Chief Executive nominees should be loyal and responsible to both the Central government and Hong Kong government.


Hao noted that it was vital for CE nominees to obey the Constitution of People’s Republic of China, the Basic Law, and the rule of law.


“It is universally acknowledged that people who are electing for the head of state should not be opposing the Constitution of the country,” he said. “Therefore, it is unreasonable for Hong Kong to choose a CE who fails to obey Constitution of PRC and the Basic Law, and execute its obligation to both the China and Hong Kong.”


He added that such simple and easy-understanding criterion was consistent worldwide by mentioning the case in the United States and Britain.


“The Central government authorizes CE to handle certain issues on behalf of China. Thus, it is impossible for a country to authorize someone who would oppose and challenge the ruling party and authorities as the head of state,” said Hao.


He also warned that Hong Kong should not transform into a station that serves the purpose of opposing China and Communist Party.


Regarding the realization of universal suffrage in the 2017 CE Election, Hao said the method of nomination and election should be based on what the Basic Law and associated with the rule of law.


“Although I respect those who are in wants of freedom of expression and universal suffrage, I disagree with those who proposed political party and civil nomination, because both types of nomination are not legally supported by the Basic Law,” he said.


He further noted that it was unnecessary for Hong Kong to consult and seek advice about CE election and universal suffrage from foreigners.


“Different countries may adopt different means in launching universal suffrage and democratic election. However, all elections are achieving for the same goal ─ election must be fair and widely recognized,” said Hao. “There is no one specific method of election that can be applicable to all regions and countries.”


In 2009, Hao Tiechuan took his post as the Director-General of the Department of Publicity, Cultural and Sports Affairs Liaison Office of the Central Peoples’s Government in HKSAR.


He once criticized a survey conducted by the Public Opinion Programme at the University of Hong Kong on national identity recognition among Hong Kongers in 2011. He doubted that the research method of the survey was unscientific and illogical. However, his opinion came under fire as Hong Kongers deemed that he had interfered the academic freedom.



--125099 2013年11月26日 (二) 18:12 (UTC)

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