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Peacefulness should be maintained in democracy

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by Tsui Tsz Ying, Acacia

Sept 24, One of the six conveners of Silent Majority pointed out that occupying Central as a way to call for democracy may indirectly paralyze Hong Kong and damage its peacefulness.

Robert Chow Yung said the genuineness of universal suffrage should be defined as any qualified person in Hong Kong will have the right to stand for the election, instead of having the pan-democrats known to be the favorable ones, as suggested by Benny Tai Yiu Ting, a legal scholar and promoter of occupying Central.

Chow claimed that violence should be avoided in the pursue of democracy, admitting that though riots can be easily found in the cases such as Egypt, Syria and Africa. He said silence majority’s aim is to maintain the peacefulness of the Hong Kong society in its fight for democracy, adding that occupying Central may ultimately cause turmoil in Hong Kong, disturbing social order. ‘The impact is going to be bomb-like, could be equally large’, said Chow.

Chow expressed that he has no objection towards civil disobedience. He said what he has been doing so far is aiming in defending Hongkongers’ interests, from being affected by occupying Central.

The Chinese government has already declared that there will be genuine universal suffrage by 2017. Chow said , ‘The public should not be concerned about it’. He added, ‘it is stated clearly in the basic law that the Chinese government holds the final right in the appointment of the Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR. This should be the genuine meaning of true and lawful universal suffrage, instead of having pan-democrats winning the right in the election, as suggested by Tai’. --115036 2013年9月24日 (二) 19:46 (UTC)

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