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Hao agreed the statement of Li from legal prospective

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By Siu Man Wai

The director-general of Department of Publicity said the Basic Law Committee chairman suggested about the legal procedures of electing the chief Executive in Hong Kong was consistent with the international standard.

Hao Tie Chuan, The Director-General of Department of Publicity and Doctor of Law said Li Fei, Basic Law Committee chairman had provided five principles for Hong Kong to follow towards the Chief Executive election.

Li Fei came to Hong Kong on last Tuesday and had a lunch meeting with representatives from various sectors at Government House on 22 Nov. In the meeting, he talked about Hong Kong universal suffrage and said that the Nomination Committee should be broadly representative.

Hao said this included every eligible voters had the right to vote ,the voter power for everyone was universal and equal in nature and so on.

He said he agreed with what Li had said since Hong Kong universal suffrage should under the Constitutional Law and Basic Law and those principles matched with these two.

“Different countries had different political systems and Hong Kong doesn’t necessarily follow the western systems”, said Hao.

He said public nomination and party nomination towards the chief Executive candidates were unacceptable.

He said these two nomination methods were violating with the Basic Law and the candidates elected by these would not be representative as the one who was nominated by the nomination committee.

He said it was undoubtable to elect the one who “Loving the country and Hong Kong” as he or she should be responsible for Hong Kong and China.

He said this requirement could embody the spirit of Constitutional Law and Basic Law.

He said western countries also applied these criteria to find out who could be the President or the Prime Minister.

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