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Propaganda Chief Ruled Out Civil Nomination

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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[By Henry Chau 16:30 26/11/2013]

The central government's propaganda chief in Hong Kong expressed his disapproval on civil nomination for the 2017 CE election on Tuesday.

Hao Tie Chuan, publicity director of the central government's liaison office, suggested in a forum with students, that turning the past electoral committee to a nominating committee is the only just and right way to choose candidates for the next Chief Executive election.

“Under the basic law, a nominating committee should be formed, to implement the universal suffrage, in accordance with the composition of the electoral committee that had picked four CE since the handover,” Hao said.

The propaganda chief described the nominating committee as lawful, and “broadly representative”, the same term used in basic law to describe the electoral committee.

“Hong Kong is a city with diversity, and we need consensus for our democracy to work. This consensus is the “broadly representative” in basic law.” Hao stressed.

With Chief Executive CY Leung’s popularity hitting a record low of 40 points, a student questioned the current composition’s representativeness. Hao reinstated that the nominating committee is able to serve as consent in the diversified territory.

The electoral committee was composed by “industrial, commercial and financial sector”, the “professions”, the “labor, social services, religious and other sectors”, and the representatives of local or national bodies, and Hao suggested to turn them into a nominating committee with its voting power given back to voters.
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