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Shun Violence in Fight for Universal Suffrage

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[By Henry Chau 17:15 08/10/13]

Founder of Occupy Central, a civil disobedience push for democratic election in Hong Kong, explained that the act is illegal, and urged students to participate in early stage discussions.


The University of Hong Kong Professor Benny Tai Yiu-ting, an organizer of the Occupy Central, explained the planned movement to University students this Tuesday.


“The Occupy Central is a civil disobedience movement,” Tai added, “I took Martin Luther King Jr.’s definition of that word, which is the non-violent but illegal act for justice.”


Tai endorsed a forum held by the group on the coming Sunday for university students, urging students to fight for democracy with just their voice and time.


“Blocking the streets in Central is our last resort, the main objective is to create tension and to understand the public opinion so universal suffrage in the next CE election is feasible,” said Tai.


Tai stated Occupy Central do not have any connection with foreign powers. He admitted that Occupy Central received oversea donation but none of those donors have political or business affiliation, and it will stay that way.


Responding to HKU’s appointment of their new vice chancellor, Peter Matheison, amid criticism. Tai replied he has no doubt over the standing system on choosing the head, but he will have to meet Matheison in person to give fair comment.
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