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Hao Tie Chuan: The child law can never override the parent law

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Reported by Coco Lau

The director-general of the Department of Publicity, Cultural and Sports Affairs Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong S.A.R. said the universal suffrage in Hong Kong must follow Basic Law, which is a fundamental law under the Chinese Constitution.


Hao Tie Chuan attended an academic talk named “Chief Executive Election 2017” in Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday. He said the relationship of the Basic Law and the Chinese Constitution is a ‘child’ law and the parent law. Thus, the Chinese Constitution can apply to Hong Kong definitely.


Hao added, Hong Kong is not a sovereign state but only one of the China's Special Administrative Regions, so Hong Kong itself cannot take the sovereign election. He emphasized, “The child law can never override the parent law.” He thought the universal suffrage should be based on the Basic Law, and hence the Chinese Constitution.


Hao agreed that the basic requirement of the Chief Executive in Hong Kong is to “love the country, love Hong Kong”, which was proposed by Li Fei, Deputy Secretary General of the National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Hao said it is impossible for any country allowing combat forces within the country.


Hao also said the CE election in Hong Kong should not stick to western standard. He agreed the “five rules” addressed by Li before. “All roads lead to Rome.” He stated if the universal suffrage standard in Hong Kong belongs to the 44th of the Basic Law, the nomination and election are then acceptable and feasible.


--115038 2013年11月27日 (三) 09:55 (UTC)

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