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Pan-democracy Camp may lose support due to the non-cooperation movement

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(We can't say the movement is prolonged because it never has a planned closing date. Seemingly endless, maybe. Veto is a special word applies only to special occasion. The non-cooperation movement in the legislature means filibusters and deliberate absence from committee meetings etc. The pan-democrats only have the veto power when all of them, accounts for barely over one-third of the seats, votes no to a government proposed major bill. And that doesn't come often.)


Reported by Chan Yan Ying, 11th November 2014


The seemingly-prolonged Occupy Central Movement has reached a complete deadlock. Legislative Council Member,SBS,JP, Frederick Fung claimed that launching non-cooperation movement to support the Occupy Central Movement may be at the expense of the votes in future council’s election.


Recently, the pan-democracy camp launch a range of non-cooperation movement, such as veto all the bills, which may include some types of financial budget address. He admitted that it may upset the people involved and therefore, decrease the popularity rate of the pan-democracy party. However, Frederick pointed out the movement may not be a Waterloo for pan-democracy party as the current political situation is ever-changing. It is hard to tell whether the movement are beneficial to the pan-democracy camp.


Being asked whether ADPL will lose its seats in Sham Siu Po, mostly grass-root driven areas, Frederick said he can’t predict whether the party will lose their seats in the coming election. However, he believed what the party has done to improve their living will affect the result of election.
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