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Hao Tie Chuan: “According to the Basic Law, civil nomination has no ground to stand.”

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Hao Tie Chuan: “According to the Basic Law, civil nomination has no ground to stand.”

--115137 2013年11月26日 (二) 18:07 (UTC)

Hong Kong government has started consultation on the political reform. Hao Tie Chuan, 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, has responded to the “civil nomination” proposed by pan-democrats that “civil nomination” has no ground to stand. He thought that the nomination has not been mentioned in the Basic Law, and even the decision of Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.

“There should not be any guarantee for dissidents to be nominated,” Hao Tie Chuan expressed his view in Shue Yan University yesterday, “and neither civil nor political parties’ nomination conforms to the Basic Law.”

He thought that Hong Kong people are trying to reach a consensus in political reform, but he criticized occupy central movement. He thought that occupy central is not worthy, and who wants to use occupy central as a mean to force central government compromising sets harm, gets harm. “These people have a fluke mind.” He thought.

“The central government also wants to enforce general election,” he added, “we want democratization not only in Hong Kong, but also in mainland China.”

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