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Joseph Cheng: The Difficult Part of Fighting for Democracy is to Unite

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(Try to be on time next time. Your first sentence in your lead is unnecessary, delete it. The second sentence could do the job already. When did Cheng give his remarks? You can leave the venue and other details later but the time should appear in your lead. You should cite some details on the difference between the pan-democratic groups. A report with anecdotes always attracts readers.)

Wong Yik Man Sherman October 22, 2013

It is already difficult to unite comrades before fighting the enemy. Joseph Yu-shek Cheng, spokesperson of Alliance for True Democracy, said that one of the biggest difficulties faced by the Alliance was to unite different pan-democratic parties.

The pan-democrats in Hong Kong scattered on a wide political spectrum, said Cheng, in which the difference between People Power and Democratic Party was especially large, making them hard to agree on each matter and the decision-making process was often lengthy. He mentioned that it was difficult for Alliance members to reach consensuses and to avoid criticizing each other.

He worried that failure be united would damage the image of democratic movement, as people might have the impression that democrats always quarreled, thus lowering the impact of the movement when losing support from people.

Cheng also mentioned another difficulty faced by the Alliance was the lack of funds. Though it had been impossible for democrats to gain support from commercial sectors, the Alliance, which do co-ordination work, raised less funds from the public than Occupy Central movement, which sounded more passionate as a direct action, said Cheng.


--115111 2013年10月22日 (二) 19:54 (UTC)

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