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[Future democracy of Hong Kong] (02 Sep 2007)


<p>Today we have Democratic Party Legislator Martin Lee to talk about fight for democracy for &quot;One person One vote&quot; at 2012. The government has released a Green Paper for seeks the view of Hong Kong people as to how we move forward to have more democracy of Hong Kong and what model we should have. Does he think that the Green Paper is actually designed to delay democracy? Does he think that the government can&#39;t actually arrive at a model for democracy by asking the public to decide? After the Green Paper came out, the Pro-Beijing Forces coming out and saying 2012 is not the right time for the people of Hong Kong to have a &quot;One person One vote&quot; in electing the chief executive. Why would they want to delay it?</p>

Publish Date: 
Sunday, September 2, 2007
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