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Scholarism agrees the form of civil disobedience to achieve universal suffrage

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(Your lead is too plain and is not assertive enough. How about this: Lai Man Lok, the spokesperson of Scholarism, agreed to use the form of civil disobedience to achieve universal suffrage but distanced himself from the Occupy Central citing there is fundamental difference between the two political movements. By focusing on the rift between the two parties, your story would certainly be more eye-catching.)


Lai Man Lok, the spokesperson of Scholarism, agreed to use the form of civil disobedience to achieve universal suffrage.

Civil Disobedience is a form that gives rise to the mass population’s attention on some policies and leads to widespread discussion. As the result, the masses can notice the bug of these policies and end at supporting the organization that can fight for citizens’ rights.

Lai said that Scholarism agreed to use civil disobedience as a way to reach universal suffrage, but he wasn’t totally agree to the way of Occupy Central. He claimed that Occupy Central offered some workshops that leading the audiences to one specific opinion. However, Lai admitted that Occupy Central was contributive to the development of Hong Kong’s policy as it provided a platform for people that holding different political views to discuss.

Some people question that if the Chief Executive voted by general people is better than the one voted by the 'small-circle' election. Lai noticed that he was not sure about the case. ‘If we still using “small-circle election” for election of the Chief Executive, the political program of the three candidate may be totally different from yours’ he said. He added that Scholarism gave out a scheme for the masses to discuss. Everyone including Leung Chun Ying can be one choice for Hong Kong people.

--115086 2013年10月15日 (二) 18:02 (UTC)
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