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Scholarism yet to decide whether to join Occupy Central

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(Your lead is OK with a clear message. We know from your second paragraph that Occupy Central is a group employing civil disobedience tactic to achieve universal suffrage but what is Scholarism all about? Who are the Scholarism people and why Tai requires them to obtain written parent consents before letting them to join the OC movement? )


By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 15 October 2013

In a speech delivered in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Spokesperson of Scholarism, Oscar Lai Man-lok, said that whether or not the student-led group would join the Occupy Central was still under discussion.


Lai said that Scholarism agreed with organizer of Occupy Central Movement, Benny Tai Yiu-Ting’s plan to boost Hong Kong political development through civil disobedience, yet remained doubtful about how the mass demonstration would proceed.


Lai refuged Tai’s suggestion, proposed in March this year, which required underage members of Scholarism to obtain a parents’ consent before participating in street protests by citing the Tiananmen Square Massacre as an example.


“Many participants of the 1989 Massacre were college and university students. If they don’t need a parents’ consent, why do we?” asked Lai.


Lai believed that Scholarism had to think about its role in Occupy Central. If the group decides to be part of the mass protest, Lai said, members would hold press conferences and deliver press kits to show its stance.


He added that members of Scholarism could take part in street protests or help organize demonstrations on behalf of themselves if the group refuses to join the movement.
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