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Scholarism suggests to adjust civil nomination threshold

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A student political organization, Scholarism, which promotes the idea of civil nomination as the only way for chief executive election, hopes to lower the the civil nomination from 100,000 votes to around 40,000 to meet the society’s needs.


Lai Man-lok, the spokesperson of Scholarism, said it is hard for candidates to gain 100 thousands civil nomination, only rich people can do it. He suggested the civil nomination threshold should be adjusted to 40,000.


‘If the result of the Public Opinion program held by University of Hong Kong shows that the public does not agree our idea, we will accept the ideas suggest by others and compromise. ’


There were more than 700 hundreds universities students gathered on Sunday to discuss the issue of Occupy Central. Most of them agree the civil nomination in a non-violence way. Scholarism, whose members are all university and college students, also agreed the concept of civil disobedience. Yet, they do not completely agree with the detail of the actions.


Scholarism is the first student group to oppose the National Education. They have switched the focus to 2017 chief executive election lately and standed firm to the civil election in order to maintain the equality. They hope all Hong Kong people can get involve in the election, despite of the background, wealth and education background,

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