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Mechanism of the Nomination Affects the Acceptability of Hong Kong Government

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By Poon Wing Yi, 22nd October, 2013. 792355


The mechanism of nomination was the key factor, affecting the acceptability of future Hong Kong government, Joseph Cheng, who was the Spokesperson of Alliance for True Democracy claimed yesterday in an university talk.


Cheng said that the competitiveness and the selection processes of the Universal Suffrage were the main elements to determine whether the election was really democratic or not. He explained that if all the contenders of the Chief Executive are selected by the Central people's government, it is no mean for Hong Kong people to select their choice from those "fixed contenders". Cheng described this kind of election as "lack of competitiveness". This kind of " Universal Suffrage " cannot be recognized by Hong Kong citizens. He added.


The Scholars Advisory Group of the Alliance for True Democracy proposed three program plans for the universal suffrage of Chief Executive, in order to collect public opinion. The three program plans were the representative nominating committee is formed by the 1,200 members of the Election Committee and 300 elected district board members; the 400 members of the representative nominating committee are selected by Hong Kong citizens; and the representative nominating committee are formed by both district board members and members of the Legislative Council.


Cheng said that the above program plans for the Universal Suffrage was designed in accordance with the clause stated at the Basic Law. He disclosed that the Alliance for True Democracy will integrated a comprehensive plans at the end of year and most of the members of the Alliance for True Democracy preferred plan B ( every single member of the representative nominating committee are selected by Hong Kong citizens).

--115045 2013年10月22日 (二) 18:13 (UTC)

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