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Spokesman of Alliance for True Democracy, Joseph Cheng, Expects the Earliest Discussion on 2017 CE Election Begins in December

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Kathy Chung

Tuesday, October 22,2013

Joseph Cheng Yu-shek, the convener of Alliance for True Democracy, expected the earliest discussion on next Chief Executive election would be in December while the organization would fight for supports for their nomination proposals.


‘Beijing is the progress of collecting information,’ Cheng said. ‘The earliest discussion in Hong Kong on 2017 CE Election would probably in December, after the coming Plenary Session in November.’


Hong Kong is a civilized society that political corruption is not a problem, Cheng said. ‘There would be no problem having general election. Competition and choices are the main concerns.’


Cheng said the key problem would be the method of selecting candidates. He worried if Beijing would accept any Chief Executives who are not supported by Chinese government.


Alliance for True Democracy suggested three nomination proposals, which mainly propose a binary plan, for the 2017 CE election.


Cheng said the organization had a consensus that they would try best to get support from citizens for their binary proposals though the difficulty of getting full signatures would be a big problem.


The new government should respect citizens’ wills yet explanations of policies should be provided to gain supports even they are not in citizens’ favor, Cheng suggested.


He said most social requests would be about social problems that Chief Executive of the city should be able to maintain both social stability and economic growth to get trust from Hong Kong citizens.


Cheng also claimed that Alliance of True Democracy would not join any activities held by Occupy Central in the name of organization while he would participate personally, prepared for being under arrest for illegal actions.


Alliance for true Democracy, which Cheng convened, is composed of 27 Legislative Council members from 12 pan-democratic parties on March 2013. The organization aims at fighting for universal suffrage.




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