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shameless Post time: 2014-8-20 17:15
not bad anymore,
real people, Hong Kongers have realized that them cry"占中" are getting paid to ...
This is why a sincere attempt to make Hong Kong elections clean of foreign influence and interference must start with first of all, implementing all the articles of the Basic Law, including Article 23, in which the Chinese Central Government authorizes and requires the Legco to propose rules applicable to the HKSAR circumstances that prevent and penalize hostile acts against the sovereignty of China in Hong Kong, including acts of treason, subversion, secession and sedition, especially those, as we all can see in the present demand of Occupy Central to set a deadline for election of the Chief Executive without regard to the Basic Law that safeguards all political activities in Hong Kong from foreign machination. The authority for Article 23 resides in the Central Chinese Government, not in any plebiscite or Legco ratification, and is directly enforceable by the Chinese government in the absence of any modifications or limitations it has agreed to embedded in any Legco legislation (so far there are none).
The current Legco and sitting Chief Executive have an obligation to their country (China) to either pass legislations specifying the criteria for various offenses against the sovereignty of China in Hong Kong, or simply state that in the absence of any legislation of Legco that has been previously approved by the People's Congress of China, that the laws of the nation, at large, shall be applicable, which in fact, they are right now.
China is does not have to wait for the Legco to approve its exercise of sovereignty in Hong Kong. China is merely willing to listen to Legco in this matter, that by default, if not acted on by the Hong Kong authoritis, is a function of the central government.