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Lai Man Lok say: To participate the elections without threshold

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By Wu Yan Yue PHOEBE--115071 2013年10月15日 (二) 18:03 (UTC)

‘To strive for nominated by all citizens, definitely without any threshold.’ Oscar Lai Man Lok, spokesperson of Scholarism says.

Scholarism recently announced their avocation for people who determine to run in to an election for 2017 Chief Executive, need 100 thousand voters for supporting them participate into an election. Critics including Tai Yiu Ting, Occupy Central organizer, pointed out that to win over 100 thousand voters support is unfair and will favorable to the Pro-establishment Camp. Lai answer that the quantity of voter’s support can be justify.

Lai emphasized people who participation in election should be without threshold. Citizens who really care and willing to contribute Hong Kong should be owned the right for participating into election. At the same time, they do have nomination right, participation right and been voted right. Meanwhile, the number of support from voters for participation in election do not stated in 100 thousand people, it is depends on the situations needs and Hong Kong residence dependent.

Lai say Scholarism has already delivered some guideline for their members about how to protect themselves and some advice, when they go on the street, particular in big event like Candlelight Vigil for June 4 Massacre and the Hong Kong 7 July protest.

Scholarism adopted in using a peaceful way to voice out or protests. They now also have already set up some counters on the street for educating people about real democracy and real elections without screen. Lai say parties who also did set up counters in the street lack of education element, so they do now.
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