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A political reform consultation with the Mainland’s intervention is not a real one

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Cheng said that his objective of calling for a universal suffrage is clear. “After these years work on calling for a real election in Hong Kong, I learn not to care about the government’s intention anymore. It is meaningless to predict whether she is sincere to move towards a real election I will just focus on fighting for universal suffrage,” said Cheng.
Cheng said that his objective of calling for a universal suffrage is clear. “After these years work on calling for a real election in Hong Kong, I learn not to care about the government’s intention anymore. It is meaningless to predict whether she is sincere to move towards a real election I will just focus on fighting for universal suffrage,” said Cheng.
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--[[使用者:115110|115110]] 2013年10月22日 (二) 19:05 (UTC)

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Joseph Yu-shek Cheng, the convener and spokesperson of Alliance for True Democracy, said there is no need to plan for occupying Central unless there is not a proper schedule of a real political reform consultation.

Cheng said that a real political reform consultation should and only should reflect the public opinion in Hong Kong. “I doubt the sincerity of the government’s claim of carrying out the political reform consultation in the end of the year. The government scheduled the date so late is probably because it wants to reserve time for the intervention by Mainland China. It is predicted that Mainland China will do researches and investigation in the issue of political reform in Hong Kong after The Third Plenary Session of the 14th Central Committee of the Communist,” Cheng said.

Cheng said a real political reform consultation should be solely done by the HKSAR government, but not based on the decision made by Mainland China. He also added that there is no proper mechanism to make sure that public opinions can be openly reflected even if a consultation is held. “We need a promise of following the opinions of the majority in Hong Kong,” said Cheng.

Cheng said that his objective of calling for a universal suffrage is clear. “After these years work on calling for a real election in Hong Kong, I learn not to care about the government’s intention anymore. It is meaningless to predict whether she is sincere to move towards a real election I will just focus on fighting for universal suffrage,” said Cheng.

--115110 2013年10月22日 (二) 19:05 (UTC)
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