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Unacceptable choosing CE not loyal to Beijing: Hao

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(I don't think he said the central government would "choose" a chief executive..... What he meant was "appoint". It is the people who choose the CE in an universal suffrage. Article 45 of the basic law states that "The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shall be selected by election or through consultations held locally and be appointed by the Central People's Government." I also don't think that Hao has said "...Hong Kong has no power in using national electoral system to elect her......". Instead of using national electoral system, I think what Hao is against is using "international" electoral system..)

by But Wing Yi | Tuesday, 26th October, 2013

Hong Kong


“It is ridiculous the Central Government would choose a Chief Executive who is against Beijing,” said Hao Tie Chuan, “and such principle is basic.”


Hao Tie Chuan is the Director-General of Department of Publicity, Cultural and Sports Affairs Liaison Office of the Central Peoples’s Government in the Hong Kong S.A.R. He claimed Beijing is affirmative towards implement of universal suffrage in Hong Kong. But Hao also mentioned the coming Chief Executive must be loyal to Constitution of the People's Republic of China, as consensus of major countries worldwide.


Hao also describe Constitution of the People's Republic of China is “parent law”, while the Basic Law is “child law”. The Basic Law should never supersede the parent law.


“Hong Kong is not a independent country, neither a sovereign, she is only a special administration region,” said Hao, “therefore, Hong Kong has no power in using national electoral system to elect her Chief Executive.”


Hao used a western proverb ‘All roads lead to Rome’ to proof that following the Central Government’s way in electing the Chief Executive could still reach the ultimate goal – democracy; implied that the coming Chief Executive candidates need not follow the ways used by other, western countries.


“‘All roads’ explains there are various ways, and showed diversity in history of electoral system; while ‘lead to Rome’ illustrates all means could meet the same target,” said Hao, “this meant different electoral system can still achieve the same thing.”


Deputy Secretary-General of Standing Committee of the NPC, as well as Director of the Hong Kong Basic Law Committee Li Fei mentioned “five basis” in implementation of universal suffrage in Hong Kong on 22nd November. Many locals doubted whether this represents intervention from Beijing in nomination of Chief Executive candidates.

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