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Scholarism insists referendum with a charter

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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Reported by Coco Lau

The spokesperson of Scholarism said they must work towards a referendum in Hong Kong that will create a charter which can give every citizen a vote.


Lai Man Lok, Oscar is an 18-year-old student who is one of the members of Scholarism. He was invited to give an academic talk named ‘Universal suffrage & Civil Disobedience’ in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon. He said Hong Kong people need a platform to discuss rational about the political issues. During the anti-national education movement, Scholarism had tried to negotiate a new plan with experts from different institutions.


Lai admitted Scholarism was a mentally but not physically ‘vigorous’ group. He used ‘three rotten oranges’ as an analogy to Leung Chun Ying, Tsang Yok Sing and Tong Ying Yen to imply the candidates selected by the Chinese Government. However, he thought that public did not have their rights to select those ‘rotten oranges’. Even though they could choose, the quality of that candidate who they chose could not be guaranteed. That was why a new plan was needed to fulfill most of the Hong Kong citizens.


Lai said Scholarism did not hope any conflicts between them and the police. The member who lied on the road before was no longer a member of Scholarism because he betted on the number of people attending Memorials for the June Fourth Incident. “We don’t accept people being disrespectful to the victims of June Fourth Incident, especially when he is wearing a Scholarism t-shirt.” said Lai.

--115038 2013年10月15日 (二) 18:08 (UTC)

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