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Joseph Yu-shek Cheng: Government should now be looking for a generally accepted universal suffrage

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By CHAN Hong Yi 22October, 2013

Joseph Yu-shek Cheng, the Spokesperson of Alliance for True Democracy, said that Hong Kong will be more difficult to govern if there is no democratic universal suffrage.

Cheng said the government should now be looking for a general public accepted democratic universal suffrage, or Hong Kong will be more difficult in the governance of the present government by losing the legitimacy gradually. And it will also be difficult for the government to implement some long-term benefit measures, such as broadening the tax base and other large health care issues.

Cheng also pointed out that universal suffrage is not a problem, the key lies in the nomination. It will lose competitiveness and acceptability if the nomination list is under the control of central. He added that, gaining the public recognition is crucial for the universal suffrage.--115056 2013年10月23日 (三) 11:20 (UTC)

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