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Founder of Silent Majority Robert Chow says to realize General Election the public ought to be less stubborn

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“To realize General Election, Hong Kongers should be ready to make certain compromises with the Central government, instead of being persistent in election details.” says Robert Chow, founder of the Silent Majority.


Tina Lu


Occupy Central is neither a necessary nor desirable move to attain universal suffrage, and the underlying social chaos may lead to unwanted suppression by People’s Liberation Army, the founder of the Silent Majority group warned yesterday.


Robert Chow Yung, confident in China’s sincerity to facilitate Hong Kong in realizing the General Election, suggests Hong Kongers to be less stubborn, to focus on the general direction of achieving universal suffrage, not the details of nomination process.


Chow said, veto power of the Chinese government over elected candidate, makes public nomination less significant for Hong Kongers. In real case, even if an individual was successfully nominated as candidate and had won the majorities’ vote, he or she had to obtain Chinese government’s approval, before being announced as the Chief Executive of H.K.S.A.R. Chow sees the hope of some to abolish China’s veto power as unrealistic, for such right and General Election are both promised by the Basic Law under Sino-Bristish Joint Declaration, abolition of the former will put legitimacy of the latter into doubt.


“Disunity among political parties is the only hindrance towards general election so far.” Says Chow. Any individuals can be nominated as candidates by attaining votes from two-third of the Leg. Co. members. He believes if political parties can unite and make compromises as a whole, the best suited individuals will surely be given a chance to be nominated, achieving a fair nomination without having to Occupy Central.
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