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Students Concern Over Electoral Reform

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[By Henry Chau 16:45 15/10/13]


A spokesperson from Scholarism spoke on Tuesday, saying the group is interested in Occupy Central movement, but it is too early to confirm whether they will participate.

Oscar Lai Man Lok, the 19-year-old spokesman of Scholarism, expressed the Schloarism’s take on civil disobedience to university students.

“Members of Scholarism was positive on the Occupy Central’s philosophy, but it is too early to say whether we will participate or not” said Lai.

One of the founders of Occupy Central, which is lobbying in Central for universal suffrage, Professor Benny Tai, asked for youngsters under 18 for parental approval before participating in the movement.

“We found Tai’s request absurd,” Lai added, “none of the participants of 4th June had a parental approval, there are details we need to work with the Occupy Central.”

Scholarism was found by secondary school students amid the campaign against Moral & National Education in May 2011, who has successfully assemble 90,000 protesters, now shifted its focus on civil disobedience for universal suffrage.

One of the proposals Schloarism made was the civil nomination, which is to nominate Chief Executive (CE) candidates by petition.

Lai questioned the fairness of the 2017 CE election if all of the candidates were selected based on Beijing’s preference.

Lai said, “Having a democratic election does not mean social issues in Hong Kong will be magically solved, but we will have a less corrupted system to begin with.”

There were concerns that the student group would not be able to manage their 900,000 dollar donation, Li assured they have tried their best to maintain high transparency, and will publicize their accounting at the right time.
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