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Tai Yiu Ting: Occupy Central has succeeded

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--115028 2013年10月8日 (二) 18:14 (UTC) Most of the public have changed their views on universal suffrage, which indicates the success of Occupy Central, said Tai Yiu Ting, the organizer of Occupy Central, pointing out that the movement had raised the public attention towards Universal suffrage in 2017.

Tai noted that the positions of the Hong Kong public were altered due to the Occupy Central. With the development of the movement, the public reacted in different ways. But whatever their views were, said Tai, they had formed voices out from Hong Kong people to Beijing. On the other side, Beijing might be threaten and its position had changed as well. They had to clarify its attitude towards the Universal suffrage in 2017, said Tai. He admitted that, there was chance that Beijing might choose the way of “diamond cut diamond”, meaning to adopt tough approaches to achieve what it wants.

Tai said Occupy Central was to “deal with a crisis with a crisis”. “Now we Hong Kong people are in a constitutional moment,” noted Tai. The Basic Law does not clarify exactly how the Chief Executive should be elected in 2017. With the increasing expectation towards Universal suffrage in 2017, Tai thought that it was time to start a movement to express their wants, even it might be illegal. The “uncertainty” rose following the movement, indicating the uncontrollable actions of the participants and the public, as well as the unpredictable development of the movement, was the strongest bargaining power, said Tai.

“Central is not the political center of Hong Kong. So why does the movement take place in Central?” asked a student. “The focus of the ‘One Country Two Systems’ is on the ‘two systems of economy’. Central is the ‘soft spot’ and the society would tend to sympathize the movement taking place in Central,” answered Tai.

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