Original Title: Hong Kong University “Independence Broadcasting” Professor Involved in Interference with Special Administrative Region Government Election: Investigation Followed
Overseas Network, May 21. One of the initiators of Hong Kong’s illegal “Occupy Central” operation and associate professor at the University of Hong Kong’s Faculty of Law, Dai Yaoting, launched the “Thunderstorm Project” during the election of the Council legislative the previous year. was questioned by the outside that it was “the allocation of votes” that interfered with the election. The Legislative Council’s committee on constitutional affairs met today (21) afternoon, and the government has no response to the various “plans” involving electoral manipulation. The SAR government said it has been handed over to law enforcement agencies for follow-up and related work is still ongoing.
According to Hong Kong East Net News, Chen Shuaifu, deputy director of the Bureau of Constitutional and Continental Affairs of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government, said that the Election Affairs Commission received a complaint during the 2016 election, saying that Dai Yaoting launched the “Thunderstorm Plan” during the Special Administrative Region Legislative Council election in 2016, which was questioned by the outside world. “The allocation of votes” interferes in the election. Chen Shuaifu said he has been handed over to law enforcement officials for follow-up and as far as he understands, the relevant work is still in progress. He stressed that if there is anything that affects the fairness of the election, and there is evidence to prove it, the government will study and improve the electoral system.
Dai Yaoting also proposed the “wind cloud plan” with the aim of radicalizing the opposition and winning more than half of the seats in the district council elections next year. Member Zhang Huafeng asked how the government views the “winning project” and whether it would involve electoral manipulation and whether this would affect the fairness of the election. According to Chen Shuaifu, according to public information, the relevant plan is a recruitment plan, hoping to recruit more people to participate in the election, and this is not a survey or publicity. He has repeatedly said that the government “stands firm” on election advertisements, whether someone publishes it to promote or hinder Anyone Elected is an advertisement.
Lawmaker Leung Mei-fen pointed out that there had recently been an exit from the “Wind and Cloud Project” list. Some people belong to the “Hong Kong Independence” organization. Some people even encourage people to delete comments on social media as soon as possible. He asked if the SAR government had clear measures to deal with it. The chairman of the committee, Liao Changjiang, questioned whether the SAR government once said it would conduct a study on different “plans” and asked if it was completed and if there were any specific suggestions to manage them. Member Suk-yee Ip said the “Wind and Cloud Project” is going full steam ahead and the government should investigate whether a third party is involved in the trade through donations.
Chen Shuaifu replied that he had confirmed that there was an in-depth study on the polls and the abandonment of the elections. He believes that there is a need to strike a balance between fair elections and the comparison of information. According to the current situation, he said he can achieve balanced treatment and will not let people take advantage of the loopholes.
It is understood that on the eve of the 2016 election of the new Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Legislative Council, Dai Yaoting proposed the “Thunderstorm Plan”, calling on the Hong Kong opposition to learn lessons from Taiwan’s DPP “victory experience” and sacrifice the banner of “non-establishment” and threaten to. In the Legislative Council election that year, they captured 35 of the 70 seats and joined forces to support the “occupiers” in the upper ranks. In this way, the opposition can control the Legislative Council, then abolish the SAR government’s “martial arts” and achieve the goal of seizing power in disguised form.
However, because the “plan” could not be supported by public opinion, it inevitably ended in failure. Dai Yaoting initially estimated the goal was to bring together 200,000 people to support non-established voters, but in the end only a few people joined in. This trip disrupted the deployment of many opposition parties and indirectly involved many veterans and “localists”. “The electoral situation caused the latter’s election to be overturned. “High-level opposition” Liang Guoxiong (who was later expelled for taking an oath to humiliate the country) at the time, after a narrow victory at the time, berated Dai Yaoting for “what- what it is?” to express his anger.
Regarding the implementation of Dai Yaoting’s “storm plan” at this time, the establishment expressed strong dissatisfaction and criticism at the time. It is “unheard of” that DAB Jiang Liyun ridiculed the election. The candidate who criticized the dropout spent several million yuan on election expenses but dropped out of the election, “playing with the voters.” Tian Beichen of the New Democratic Party also pointed out that dropping elections is dropping voters, and dropping elections can build sympathy, allowing voters to vote for themselves or for other candidates. Wang Guoxing, the Federation of Trade Unions, called the pandemocratic abandonment of the elections a “bid rigging” which violated democratic beliefs and political integrity and deceived voters. elected candidates suspected of violating electoral regulations. Wang Guoxing’s group also went to the Independent Commission Against Corruption to report.
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