The current political problem in Hong Kong lies in the chaos of the relationship between the executive, the legislative and the judiciary, which has led to the failure of the executive-led system with the chief executive at the core in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong in the past, even in the era of British rule, the chief executive (or the governor) had very great powers to ensure that Hong Kong was politically in line with China (or the United Kingdom) national interests and that there would be no subversion of the country. The British government In order to maintain this system, a political department was established, especially within the Royal Hong Kong Police. Most of the members are intelligence personnel from the British MI6, directly following orders from the British headquarters. It is the most important thing for the British to ensure political stability in Hong Kong. An important institution, this department was abolished before the return of Hong Kong in 1995. As you can see in the picture, the Hong Kong Political Department, literally translated in English, is called a special department, you can know the weight of this department, and this department is basically British, and there are very few Hong Kong people. The administrative-led mechanism has ensured that Hong Kong is politically stable and economically gives full play to its advantages of freedom. Therefore, it has rapidly emerged as the financial center of Asia in about 30 years after the Second World War. After the reform and opening up, it has become the world’s capital to enter. The gateway to China. The biggest bug in Hong Kong now is that the power of the Chief Executive is restricted by the Legislative Yuan, and the Legislative Council is easily controlled by populism. Therefore, the Chief Executive has become a lame duck. Political chaos has led to a further division of society. The yellow and blue factions Internal friction with each other. The legislation of the National People’s Congress this time is equivalent to clearly defining the chaotic “separation of powers”. Hong Kong only has an executive-led system with the chief executive at the core. The future direction of Hong Kong’s legislation and judiciary must meet the requirements of national strategy, instead of allowing external forces to pass legislation And justice to interfere with Hong Kong’s administration. Under the premise of political stability, although there will still be many voices of opposition from foreign countries, Hong Kong’s international status will soon return to the level before the turmoil.

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helpmekim
7 months ago

To put it in the vernacular, masked spirits should not engage in political participation and discussion in our country, let alone try to get into the ruling ranks. Why it is emphasized that Hong Kong affairs need to be participated by patriots, because this is a real stakeholder. Because of the interest-related, it is only when there are internal conflicts that it will seek to reach a consensus. A traitor who has no interest to participate in the process and slapped his ass away after messing up. He doesn’t care about the consensus at all. He only thinks about taking advantage of the loopholes in the system and opposing for the sake of opposition. It is commonly known as leverage; they are more likely to deliberately commit internal friction instead of not doing it. Things that are good for the people, on the contrary, deplete the people’s interests. The bottom line is that you really have to do things for everyone and for China.

heloword
7 months ago

First of all, I must emphasize one point: The improvement of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s electoral system is China’s internal affair, because Hong Kong has been China’s territory since ancient times. The main improvement measures that need to be made mainly revolve around reforming the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Election Commission and giving it more powers, including. Optimize the size, composition, and formation of the Election Committee, and give the Election Committee new functions, namely, to elect a relatively large proportion of Legislative Council members and participate in nominating all Legislative Council candidates. The Chief Executive will continue to be elected by the Election Committee. why? There are loopholes and deficiencies in Hong Kong’s current electoral system. Hong Kong has a high degree of autonomy, but autonomy should not slide towards lawlessness, anarchy, or demand for independence, as was the case during several riots. Since July 2019, anti-China forces, destabilizing forces and radicals in Hong Kong have publicly called for “Hong Kong independence”. They use the election platform, discussion platform or civil servant status of the Legislative Council and District Council to carry out anti-China and destabilizing activities. They are trying to obtain a majority of seats in the Legislative Council to seize the power to govern Hong Kong. The purpose is to ensure that only patriots can manage the special administrative region, and that the management power is firmly in the hands of patriots and Hong Kong. This is by no means to eliminate people who hold different political positions. It is to practice the principle of “Patriots govern Hong Kong”. How can we expect a person who does not love China to truly love Hong Kong? China is not alone in having patriotic demands for elected positions. The U.S. Constitution has the same patriotic requirements for political candidates. Article 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution stipulates: If a person has “participated in rebellion or rebellion” of the country, or “provided assistance or comfort to the enemy of the country”, he cannot run for Congress, president, vice president, or anything. Civilian and military positions. The National Security Law passed last year and the new patriotism requirements are China’s own ways to ensure national unity and social harmony. Time will tell whether this law and its improvements are good for Hong Kong people. The desire to maintain unity and stability is not the only Catalonia is an autonomous region of Spain. Its relationship with Madrid is also complicated. When Catalonia declared its independence in October 2017, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy immediately took over the local government of Catalonia and issued an arrest warrant for his pro-independence leader Carles Puigdemont. This is based on Article 155 of the Spanish Constitution, which stipulates: “If an autonomous community’s behavior seriously harms Spain’s overall interests, the government can take all necessary measures to force the community to perform the above-mentioned obligations or protect the overall interests.”

helpyme
7 months ago

First of all, from the perspective of the method of amendment, the local procedures stipulated in Annex I and Annex II of the Basic Law are directly bypassed, and the NPC directly uses its amending power (authorized to exercise the Standing Committee) to make amendments. In the first step, the National People’s Congress, in accordance with the Constitution, the Hong Kong Basic Law, and the relevant provisions of the Hong Kong National Security Law, makes a decision on improving the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s electoral system, clearly revising and improving the basic principles and the core of the amendment and perfection of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s electoral system. And authorize the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress to amend Annex 1 and Annex 2 of the Hong Kong Basic Law in accordance with this decision. In the second step, the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, in accordance with the Constitution, Hong Kong Basic Law, Hong Kong National Security Law and relevant decisions of the National People’s Congress, amends Annex I of the Hong Kong Basic Law “Methods for the Formation of the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region” and Annex II “Methods for the Formation of the Legislative Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region” “And Voting Procedure”, the revised Annex I and Annex II will make specific and clear provisions on the new democratic election system implemented by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. After completing the amendments to Annex I and Annex II at the national level, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region will make corresponding amendments to relevant local laws accordingly. Annex 1 and Annex 2 stipulate that their amendments need to be passed by two-thirds of the Legislative Council. Attachment 1: Any amendment to the method for selecting the chief executive after 2007 or later must be approved by a two-thirds majority of all members of the Legislative Council, approved by the chief executive, and submitted to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress for approval. Attachment 2: 3. The method for forming the Legislative Council after 2007 and the voting procedures The method for forming the Legislative Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region after 2007 and the voting procedures for bills and motions, if it is necessary to modify the provisions of this annex, It must be approved by a two-thirds majority of all members of the Legislative Council, approved by the Chief Executive, and reported to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress for the record. Judging from the texts of Annex 1 and Annex 2, the central government is only the role of post-record filing (if you disagree, it will be sent back but not revised), and it is more that the SAR itself revises it on its own initiative. That is the trilogy of political reform. Of course, the 2004 National People’s Congress Interpretation of the Law stipulated that before the political reform, the report should be written first, and then the Standing Committee would take these three steps after approval, so it became a five-step political reform. Now it seems that the intention is to modify in one step instead of going through the five steps. According to Article 159 of the Basic Law, the right to amend is owned by the National People’s Congress. The central government does not use the existing methods in Annexes I and II, but directly comes forward by the National People’s Congress. Perhaps it appears that the central government no longer trusts local political forces, nor does it want local forces to lead any political improvement process. As for the content of the amendments, the draft states that the overall idea of ​​improving the election system of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is to design the overall system with the restructuring and increasing empowerment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Election Commission as the core, and adjust and optimize the size, composition and composition of the Election Commission. The method for selection is to continue to elect the Chief Executive by the Election Committee, and give the Election Committee the new function of electing a larger proportion of Legislative Council members and directly participating in nominating candidates for all Legislative Council members, and expanding the balanced and orderly politics of Hong Kong society through the Election Committee Participation and wider representation, appropriate adjustments to relevant election elements, and establishment of a full-process qualification review mechanism, thereby forming a new democratic election system that conforms to the actual situation of Hong Kong and has Hong Kong characteristics. As far as the chief executive election is concerned, I believe the changes will not be too great. The focus is on the election of the Legislative Council. The election of the chief executive is formed by an election committee with 1,200 people in four sectors. According to the Basic Law and the 2016 political reform plan, the election committee is likely to be transformed into a “nomination committee”, that is, if the political reform is passed, the “nomination committee” In the primary election, several people will be elected as candidates if they get 150 of the 1,200 votes. Then these people will participate in the referendum. The one with the highest vote wins, and the final appointment by the central government. Unlike the Chief Executive election, in the current Legislative Council election, 40 of the 70 seats are actually directly elected, and the remaining 30 are elected by functional constituencies. It can be seen that this legislation refers to the elements of the Chief Executive’s political reform, that is, transforming the Chief Executive’s election committee into a “nomination committee” of members. Only through nomination can direct elections or voting in functional constituencies be conducted. In this way, the consequences should be quite clear. Therefore, the content forecast refers to the elements of the Chief Executive’s political reform, that is, transforming the election committee into a “nomination committee” for members. Probably it means to participate in the election of the Legislative Council. First, one-eighth of the members of the Election Committee must be co-signed to be nominated before they can participate in direct elections or functional constituency elections. In combination with the National Security Law, there may also be a requirement for non-national security crimes, that is, candidates must not be suspected of violating the National Security Law, otherwise they will not be nominated or deprived of their qualifications to participate in the election. In terms of seat allocation, regional direct elections will be reduced, and the first-term method will be restored. The Election Committee will select some members, and the goal of “election of a larger proportion of legislative council members” must be achieved. If so, the election procedures and rules of the Legislative Council since the political reform will be overturned, and the electoral mechanism will be substantially changed by adding gates beforehand. Supplement: The first Legislative Council consists of 60 members, of which 20 members are directly elected by districts, 10 members are elected by the Election Committee, and 30 members are elected by functional groups. The third Legislative Council has so far cancelled the seats generated by the Election Committee, and they have all been merged into regional direct elections, forming a situation in which regional directly elected members and functional constituencies are half open. In 2010, the political reforms each added 5 seats (in fact, all 10 seats were directly elected). Therefore, unlike the Chief Executive election, 40 of the 70 seats in the current Legislative Council are actually directly elected, and the remaining 30 are elected by functional constituencies. There is no Election Committee.

sina156
7 months ago

On the one hand, it shows that the central government has grasped the core of the problem, that is, the issue of “government power” that the theoretical and practical circles have been talking about for a long time. On the other hand, it has released a signal to solve the problem in a highly legalized way. How did the high degree of autonomy in the SAR come from? Article 2 of the Basic Law states clearly that there are two conditions. First, the authorization of the National People’s Congress. Second, in accordance with the provisions of the Basic Law. This leads to the two levels mentioned at the beginning of this answer, the right to govern and the rule of law. From the perspective of governance, since the power of autonomy in various fields comes from the authorization of the National People’s Congress, it is obviously impossible for the SAR to obtain the power to govern itself beyond the authorization of the central government. What is “authorization”? Even if it is based on the simplest understanding, it should be understood that this means “it was originally my power, and now it is granted to you to exercise it.” This logic is not equivalent to the “autonomy” of local governments in certain countries. The logic of governance in some countries is “bottom-up,” while our country is “top-down.” This must not be confused. From the perspective of the rule of law, on the one hand, the central government’s decision-making process is in compliance with the law. For example, the National People’s Congress’s authorization to its Standing Committee is a clear example. On the other hand, since the autonomy of the SAR is based on the provisions of the Basic Law, then the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress will improve the relevant systems of the SAR by amending Annex I and Annex 2 of the Basic Law, which is to implement governance in a legal manner. The way.

yahoo898
7 months ago

The history of the founding of New China has proven countless times: “When the Communist Party first negotiated peace, the conditions were the most excellent.” Similarly, “The first time the Communist Party cooperates with you, the terms are the most favorable.” You play well in the circle that everyone has negotiated, and if you play too hard, you will abuse me as a dog! I don’t go beyond the boundary to play with me. If you have to jump out of the circle and engage in riots and want to counterattack, then don’t blame me for taking a salary from the bottom of the tank for dimensionality reduction attacks.

leexin
7 months ago

This explanation has actually been explained very clearly, that is, in the future, the election committee will directly decide who can and who cannot stand. “A new democratic electoral system with Hong Kong characteristics” is very interesting. It implies that the previous electoral system is actually a remnant of the colonial period and should not be retained. This approach may be a devastating blow to many democratic politicians, and it will also shake the battles formed by the major factions since the return. As an important supervisory and review body, the Legislative Council will inevitably become the center of the new storm, and it may be difficult for it to be peaceful for a long time. One of the more important amendments is to take the district council “stab”. The establishment of district councils is essentially to provide a place for residents to discuss and consult on community affairs, which can be compared to a committee of owners. The content of daily discussions is mostly about the operation of community buses, park maintenance and management, and the setting and management of public facilities. They are all “little things” in life and have little to do with politics. However, it has a certain percentage of seats in the Legislative Council and the Election Committee. This place, which was originally far away from zz’s dedicated service to the residents, will inevitably be tainted by politicians and become a place of dispute. Previously, many officials were sanctioned by the West because of Hong Kong, which brought a lot of inconvenience to their work and life. This amendment to the law was decided by the state, and the decision made by the election committee is also endorsed by the state, so it is difficult to impose “precise” sanctions on individuals. This is also a major “weapon” against Western intervention.

greatword
7 months ago

China’s hands are sugar-coated paving roads and cannonballs washing the ground. First, the China-EU trade agreement is completed, and European countries count the renminbi, and they can only turn a blind eye to the issue of HK’s “human rights”. As soon as the ticket was issued, France would “communist”, and Macron directly said that capitalism would not work. Well, this is what the leader of one of the Five Constants, a famous country that initiated the great revolution, a model of democratic “righteousness”, and an old capitalist power leader said. There is no way, for the sake of business renunciation, France is neither the first nor the last, nor the first nor the last. Once the British left the European Union, their ability to stir feces plummeted. After all, many of their interests were decoupled, and they were powerless to stir. So it is only natural for China to start with the two devils of HK.

loveyou
7 months ago

China News Review: Improving Hong Kong’s electoral system is necessary for the implementation of “patriots ruling Hong Kong.” The main content of the “National People’s Congress Decision on Improving the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Electoral System (Draft)” was announced on the 5th, from the constitutional level. Improve Hong Kong’s electoral system. This is a necessary move to implement the principle of “patriots ruling Hong Kong” based on the current situation in Hong Kong, and will help “one country, two systems” to achieve stability and long-term development. The current election system in Hong Kong is mainly regulated by the Hong Kong Basic Law promulgated in 1990 and related annexes. After the return, with the development and change of the social and political situation, loopholes in the electoral system specified under certain historical conditions have gradually emerged. Practice in recent years has shown that loopholes in the system have been exploited by people with ulterior motives, which are causing more and more harm to the country and the special zone. “One country, two systems” is facing the risk of distortion and distortion. Especially since the “Regulations Amendment Disturbance”, anti-China chaos in Hong Kong and local radical separatist forces have openly advocated “Hong Kong independence” and other propositions. They have carried out unscrupulously through the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region election platform, the Legislative Council and the district council meeting platform, or the status of relevant public officials. Anti-China activities to disrupt Hong Kong have tried their best to paralyze the operation of the Hong Kong Legislative Council and obstruct the SAR government’s administration in accordance with the law. Some anti-China chaos in Hong Kong took advantage of loopholes in the electoral system to enter the ranks of “Hong Kong rulers”, seriously threatening national sovereignty, security and development interests. The uproar of anti-China chaos in Hong Kong has made Hong Kong society more “pan-politicized”, and it has also become a major fetter for Hong Kong’s economic and social development. Under the severe impact of the “Regulation Amendment Disturbance” and “Black Storm” and the superimposed influence of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, Hong Kong’s economy has been experiencing negative growth for two consecutive years. More and more people in Hong Kong society realize that only by “patriots governing Hong Kong” can the principle of “one country, two systems” be fully and accurately implemented, can safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests, and create a good social atmosphere for Hong Kong’s economic development and improvement of people’s livelihood. The Hong Kong National Security Law was promulgated and implemented last year, marking the SAR’s chaos and governance. However, the anti-China forces that disrupt Hong Kong have not completely stopped. For example, there are still people who openly instigated illegal “primary elections” and blatantly pursued the power seizure line of “soliciting speculation in Hong Kong” and challenging the bottom line of “one country, two systems”. To consolidate Hong Kong’s development momentum from chaos and governance, we must promptly block the passage of anti-China chaos in Hong Kong into the governance structure of the SAR. To ensure that “patriots govern Hong Kong”, it is necessary and urgent to improve the relevant electoral system. As a special administrative region of China, Hong Kong’s political system, including the electoral system, is at the center. Facing the current situation in Hong Kong and the calls from all walks of life to fill the loopholes in the electoral system, the National People’s Congress, as the highest organ of state power, makes decisions on the improvement of Hong Kong’s electoral system from the constitutional level in accordance with the law. It is both a power and a responsibility. Wang Chen, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, pointed out on the 5th that it is necessary to uphold and improve the “one country, two systems” system, fully implement, embody and implement the principle of “patriots ruling Hong Kong” from the institutional mechanism to ensure that the power of governance is firmly controlled by patriotism. In the hands of Hong Kong-loving forces, we will ensure the long-term stability, prosperity and stability of Hong Kong. He also pointed out that improving the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region election system will follow the principles of “one country, two systems”, “Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong” and a high degree of autonomy, firmly safeguarding national sovereignty, security, and development interests, and insisting on governing Hong Kong in accordance with the actual conditions of Hong Kong. in principle. For a period of time, relevant departments of the central government have extensively listened to the opinions and suggestions of all sectors of the Hong Kong society on implementing the principle of “patriots ruling Hong Kong” and revising and improving Hong Kong’s electoral system through seminars and seminars. I believe that as the relevant agenda is advanced in an orderly manner and Hong Kong’s electoral system is improved, “One Country, Two Systems” will surely be more stable and go further. (China News Agency reporter Chen Xiaoyuan)

strongman
7 months ago

One country, two systems-Talking points of Deng Xiaoping’s meeting with the Hong Kong business delegation to Beijing and Hong Kong celebrity Zhong Shiyuan (June 22 and 23, 1984) The Chinese government’s solution to the Hong Kong issue The position, guidelines, and policies adopted are unswerving. We have said many times that after the Chinese government resumed its sovereignty over Hong Kong in 1997, Hong Kong’s current social and economic system will remain unchanged, the law will remain basically unchanged, and the lifestyle will remain unchanged. Hong Kong’s status as a free port and international trade, The status of the financial center will also remain unchanged, and Hong Kong can continue to maintain and develop economic relations with other countries and regions. We have also said many times that apart from sending troops, Beijing does not send cadres to the Hong Kong SAR government. This will not change. We send troops to maintain national security, not to interfere in Hong Kong’s internal affairs. Our policy towards Hong Kong has remained unchanged for 50 years, and we say that it counts. Our policy is to implement “one country, two systems.” Specifically, within the People’s Republic of China, the mainland of one billion people implements the socialist system, and Hong Kong and Taiwan implement the capitalist system. In recent years, China has been overcoming “Left” mistakes, insisting on starting from reality and seeking truth from facts to formulate policies in all aspects of work. After five and a half years, it has now worked. It is under these circumstances that we propose to use the “one country, two systems” approach to solve the Hong Kong and Taiwan issues. We have talked about “one country, two systems” many times, and the National People’s Congress has passed this policy. Some people worry that this policy will not change, but I said it will not change. The core issue, the decisive factor, is whether this policy is correct. If it is not right, it may change. If it’s right, it won’t change. Furthermore, China is now implementing the policy of opening to the outside world and invigorating the economy at home. Who can change it? If it is changed, the lives of 80% of the people in China will decline, and we will lose popular support. If we are on the right path, and the people agree, it will not change. Our policy towards Hong Kong remains unchanged for a long time and will not affect socialism on the mainland. The main body of China must be socialism, but certain areas of the country are allowed to implement the capitalist system, such as Hong Kong and Taiwan. The mainland has opened up some cities to allow some foreign capital to enter. This is a supplement to the socialist economy and is conducive to the development of socialist social productive forces. For example, when foreign capital goes to Shanghai, of course, the capitalist system will not be implemented throughout Shanghai. Not in Shenzhen, it still implements the socialist system. The mainstay of China is socialism. The concept of “one country, two systems” was put forward by us based on China’s own situation, and it has now become an issue of international attention. China has Hong Kong and Taiwan issues. What is the way out to solve this problem? Did socialism swallow Taiwan, or did Taiwan’s “Three People’s Principles” swallow the mainland? No one can swallow anyone. If it cannot be resolved peacefully, it can only be resolved by force, which is detrimental to all parties. The realization of national reunification is the aspiration of the nation. If there is no reunification in a hundred years, it will be reunified in a thousand years. How to solve this problem, in my opinion, can only implement “one country, two systems.” A series of disputes in the world are faced with the question of whether to resolve them peacefully or non-peacefully. You have to find a way to solve new problems with new methods. The successful resolution of the Hong Kong issue may provide some useful clues for the resolution of many international issues. Judging from the history of the world, which government has formulated such an enlightened policy as ours? From the perspective of capitalist history, from the perspective of Western countries, which country has done this before? We adopt the “one country, two systems” approach to solve the Hong Kong problem. It is not a temporary emotional impulse, nor is it juggling. It is completely based on reality and fully takes into account the history and reality of Hong Kong. We must believe that the Chinese in Hong Kong can govern Hong Kong well. I do not believe that the Chinese have the ability to manage Hong Kong well. This is the state of mind left over from the old colonialism. For more than a century since the Opium War, foreigners looked down on the Chinese and insulted the Chinese. After the founding of the People’s Republic of China, it changed the image of China. The image of China today was not created by the late Qing government, the Beiyang warlords, or the Jiang family. It was the People’s Republic of China that changed the image of China. All Chinese people, no matter what clothes they wear, no matter what their stand, at least have the pride of the Chinese nation. Hong Kong people also have this kind of national pride. Hong Kong people can govern Hong Kong well, and they must have this self-confidence. The prosperity of Hong Kong in the past was mainly done by Hong Kong people with the Chinese as the main body. The intelligence of Chinese people is not worse than that of foreigners, and Chinese people are not inferior. Don’t always think that only foreign talents do well. We must believe that we Chinese ourselves are capable of doing well. The so-called lack of confidence in Hong Kong people is not the true opinion of Hong Kong people. The content of the Sino-British negotiations has not yet been announced. Many Hong Kong people do not understand the policies of the central government. Once they truly understand, they will be fully confident. The policy we adopted to resolve the Hong Kong issue was announced by the Premier of the State Council in the government work report of the Second Session of the Sixth National People’s Congress. It was adopted by the Congress and is a serious matter. If there are still people talking about the issue of confidence and have no sense of trust in the People’s Republic of China and the Chinese government, then nothing else can be discussed. We believe that Hong Kong people can govern Hong Kong well and cannot continue to be ruled by foreigners, otherwise Hong Kong people will never agree to it. There is a boundary and standard for Hong Kong people to govern Hong Kong, that is, Hong Kong people with patriots as the main body must govern Hong Kong. In the future, the main component of the Hong Kong SAR government will be patriots. Of course, other people must be accommodated, and foreigners can also be hired as consultants. What is a patriot? Patriots’ standard is to respect their own nation, sincerely support the motherland to resume the exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong, and not harm the prosperity and stability of Hong Kong. As long as these conditions are met, whether they believe in capitalism, feudalism, or even slavery, they are all patriots. We do not require them to all agree with China’s socialist system, we only require them to love the motherland and Hong Kong. There are still thirteen years to 1997. From now on, we must gradually resolve the transitional issues. During the transition period, one is to avoid major fluctuations and major twists and turns to maintain Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability; the second is to create conditions so that the people of Hong Kong can take over the government smoothly. People from all walks of life in Hong Kong must make efforts to this end.

stockin
7 months ago

In fact, I really hope that there is no such decision, or to put it more accurately, I hope that there is no need for such a decision from the Central Committee. (I suggest you read the full article before you scold me, and then it’s not too late for you to scold me.) However, the current situation in Hong Kong does require such a decision. The main purpose of this decision is to strengthen the central government’s control over Hong Kong and prevent Hong Kong from becoming an anti-China in the West. piece. In particular, it is necessary to prevent the emergence of a large number of pro-Western anti-China elements in the Hong Kong government and legislature. This is the key purpose of this legislation of the National People’s Congress. Now when I think back to my childhood, Hong Kong people are still patriotic, and they are still loyal to the Chinese Zhengshuo. However, in recent years, the influence of Chinese civilization has indeed weakened. Chinese civilization has always had little influence abroad. Some of our sub-civilizations, Japan, North Korea, and Vietnam, have also rushed to independent themselves. South Korea is still vying with us. In the end, the influence of Chinese civilization seems to be only left in station b, “I will enter China without regrets in this life, and I will still grow flowers in the next life.” This sounds weird but actually has no meaning. . My wish is simple. I hope that the Chinese civilization and Chinese culture will unite the whole of China, not the decision of the National People’s Congress. Of course, I am not opposed to the promulgation and implementation of this decision. Hong Kong is very sad, and the mainland is actually quite sad. Today, people have indeed lost everything from their ancestors, and when it comes to Confucian culture, they are scornful. Basically, Confucius did not believe in Confucius and Marx did not believe in Marx. When it comes to Chinese tradition, it is either tangling the feet or having three principles and five constants, as if Chinese traditional culture only has these. What is Chinese traditional culture? It is to establish the heart for the heaven and the earth, to establish the life for the people, for the sacred and to continue to learn, and to open up peace for all ages; it is the personal ideal and pursuit of self-cultivation and governance of the country and the world; it is the beauty of each, the beauty of beauty, the beauty of beauty, The common aspiration of great harmony in the world is to travel along the road, and the world is for the public. Choosing talents and ability, stressing faith and cultivating harmony, so that people do not only kiss their relatives, not only children, so that the old will have end, strong and useful, young and strong, widows, widows, loneliness, and sick people have support, males have points, females Go home. If you are evil, you don’t have to hide in the ground, you don’t have to hide yourself; if you are evil, you don’t have to be yourself. It’s because they are not happy because they plan to shut down, they don’t commit thieves, and they don’t shut down outsiders, it’s a great harmony. The social vision of China; it is also that although the three families of Chu can perish Qin, how can there be the national integrity of China’s empty and empty. I don’t know how many people know the original intent, even those who have been criticized. This means that a ruler has the appearance of being a monarch, and a minister has the appearance of being a minister, and so on. I don’t know why this sentence is wrong? If the people of the three sides of the strait still recognize this culture and recognize these ancestors, China is destined to be impossible to split, and it is destined to be unified. I will not talk about Hong Kong and Taiwan. Even in the mainland, who is the same as me?

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