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Hao Tie-chuan: No comment on nomination threshold for CE candidates

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(You can either introduce Hao's title in full or you can simply call him a central government's liaison official in Hong Kong. The title of Hao in your lead is neither accurate nor in a simple form. Declining to comment on anything is not a strong lead. If I were you, I would write my lead as follows: Despite "love China and love Hong Kong" has become the essential requirement that Beijing demands from the potential candidates to run for the office of the chief executive in 2017, a central government's liaison official however has declined to define the catchphrase today.)


By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 26 November 2013


Hao Tie-chuan, Director of Publicity, Culture and Sports Affairs at China Liaison Office, decline to define the phrase “love China, love Hong Kong’ nor comment on questions regarding the nomination threshold for chief executive candidates in 2017.


Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei, in his three-day visit, emphasized that CE candidates in 2017 could only be elected by a “broadly representative” nominating committee and they must love Hong Kong and China as stipulated in the Basic Law.


Speaking in a general assembly Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Hao agreed that Li Fei had successfully laid out the legal framework for political reform, yet he declined to comment on how high the nomination threshold should be set by the nomination committee.


Hao expressed that he attended the assembly as a scholar and was inconvenient to answer how many CE candidates he would expect in 2017 election, adding that the issue should be discussed after the government start the consultation on political reforms next month.


Hao did not explain the “love Hong Kong, love China” condition amid pan-democrats’ fear of the term sifting out them from being nominated as CE candidates. He added that people from all walks of life in Hong Kong would welcome a candidate who loved his country.


“The Basic Law can never override the Constitution law of the People’s Republic of China. That’s why a CE candidate should love Hong Kong and be patriotic,” Hao said.
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