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Sympathy is the real weapon to fight for democracy

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CHAN,Pak-Yee

With the discussion about whether HK should fight for real democracy

heating up, 'Occupying Central' divided the public.



Benny Tai Yiu Ting, the Associate Professor of the department of Law in

HKU who is also the Initiator of 'occupying Central' said today in Shue

Yan University that the purpose of occupying Hong Kong is to arouse public

attention and sympathy. He said the campaign itself has no uses to fight for

democracy, what they are looking for is the reaction from the general public.



‘Civil disobedience is illegal, the act must be here to fight for justice;

in a non-violence way with someone willing to bare the legal responsibility,’ said Tai.

He can foresee that when someone is being arrested during the 'occupying

Central' campaign, people will take an empathic concern which can drive people

by a switch in viewpoint, from a personal perspective to the perspective of

the arrested group.


Tai had proclaimed that the Basic law is revisable and modifiable, he hope

that the joint operation can drive the government to amend the Basic Law.

Tai said, they are not here to fulfill everyone’s hope, but to give out a

proposal which most of the people are willing to accept.


He said under the universal suffrage, the nomination system is the issue

which should be taken into concern. He believes that universal nominations

is not a fair system in which only parties with more votes can nominate the

candidates for elections. --115041 2013年10月8日 (二) 18:20 (UTC)

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