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Universal suffrage should be achieved through peaceful conversation, says Robert Chow

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(Displeasure is an emotional expression. Anxiety is a better term here. Why did you insert your byline in the middle of your story? What respectable and serious newspaper carries this kind of practice? As of today, no one knows exactly what the OC movement would do so where did you get the idea that they plan to stage a road blockade in Central? Last time people occupied Central, they seized the ground floor of HSBC headquarters.)

Robert Chow Yung of the Silent Majority For Hong Kong expressed his displeasure at Occupy Central movement. He further called for a peaceful conversation regarding the introduction of universal suffrage for the 2017 chief executive election.


By Ma Wai Shan | Tuesday, 24 September 2013


Speaking in Hong Kong Shue Yan University this afternoon, Robert Chow said he disagreed with Occupy Central organizer Benny Tai Yiu-ting’s plan to stage a road blockade in Central to fight for political reforms.


Chow remained doubtful about Benny Tai’s view that the Occupy Central movement was a last-ditch measure to pressure the Central Government to fully back universal suffrage.


“The movement simply don’t make sense since Beijing have promised to have universal suffrage introduced in 2017,” Chow explained.


Meanwhile, Chow revealed his concern for possible violence during the occupation of Central.


Despite the rational character of Hong Kong people, Chow said, no one could rule out the possibility of a bloodshed or social unrest resulting from occupying Central.


Chow believed that universal suffrage should be achieved through peaceful conversations.


“The more truth is debated, the clearer it becomes,” Chow said.
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