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Oscar Lai: Number of civil nominees is adjustable.

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(The initials HKFS appear in your lead without you telling us what it means. Worse, you do not bother to explain it in your report at all. That is a no-no in news writing. The keyword here is "open to discussion". The civil nomination scheme proposed by Scholarism is open to discussion with the number of minimum signed petitions required for an eligible candidate negotiable.

Oscar Lai: Number of civil nominees is adjustable

77% of the participators in HKFS’s deliberation day supported the proposing civil nomination. Lai Man Lok Oscar, spokesperson of Scholarism, said that the number of civil nominees is not restricted to no less than 100, 000 civilians, and it can be adjusted to around 40, 000 to 50, 000 people.

“There should be no threshold for nomination. If the candidate loves Hong Kong wholeheartedly, he/she has the right to be elected.” He added.

Apart from civil nomination, Lai has explained in Shue Yan University yesterday that they may not participate in occupy Central. He has raised concerns by his own experiences in deliberation days about whether the organizers can help to facilitate deliberations.

“We agree with the principle of occupy Central, but we have doubts about the details. It may not be the time to decide whether we would join it or not.” He said.

Being asked about the usage of donations, Lai has explained in Shue Yan University yesterday that cost for renting a workplace is 20, 000 a month. He said that they may overt their accounts to public after being approved by their accountants.

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