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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2003 2:09 pm
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sinobball wrote:
So almost everyone in Hong Kong hates Mr. Tung right?
But wasn't he voted to power?
Who's likely to win in the next election?


Mr Tung was elected by a couple of hundred of elite HK people(picked by the PRC), so like all the previous British governors, he was not elected in a universal election.


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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2003 3:32 pm
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superjohn wrote:
sinobball wrote:
So almost everyone in Hong Kong hates Mr. Tung right?
But wasn't he voted to power?
Who's likely to win in the next election?


Mr Tung was elected by a couple of hundred of elite HK people(picked by the PRC), so like all the previous British governors, he was not elected in a universal election.


Well, in a recent popularity/support rate survey, 65% of the survey population strongly disagree Tung Chee Hwa to continue as Chief Executive for the Hong Kong SAR. Only 16% thought he should continue. The other 19% - No Comment.

So you could judge for yourself HOW POPULAR TUNG CHEE HWA IS here amongst the 6.7M people living in Hong Kong. :evil: :twisted: :x :cry:

Yes, he was elected to power, but not picked by the people, but by a 800-member Electoral College, which is composite mainly of legislators, industry leaders or representatives. But to be included/elected to electoral college, it is again by some manuipulated process that most of the college members are pro-Beijing or "loyalists".

And unless you got the endorsement or blessing from Beijing, and got a minimum of >100 votes from the 800-member Electoral College, you don't stand a chance at all from being picked out to be candidates for the Chief Executive "election".

Well, if the current systems continue, we shall be having very unpopular Chief Executives handpicked by Beijing and not by Hong Kong people !!!

Well, it is too early to predict Tung's successor; he is only 2nd year into his second 5-year term. It will have to be 2007 that he will step down and another "puppet" to be appointed.

As it currently goes, there are 2 to 3 hot favorites rumoured to be eyeing for the CE position: they are Leung Chun-ying (curently non official member in the Executive Council), Henry Tang Ying-yen (newly appointed Financial Secretary) and Jasper Tsang Yok-sing (alos non official member in the Executive Council, and Chariman for the Democratic Alliance for Betterment of Hong Kong.)


WELL, BOTH LEUNG AND TSANG ARE THE MOST DISLIKE POLITICIANS HERE IN HONG KONG, BUT LOYAL AND OBEDIENT SERVANTS IN THE EYES OF BEIJING.

SO UNLESS SOMETHING MORE POSITIVE DEVELOPMENT IN HONG KONG CURRENT CAMPAIGN FOR OPEN AND GENERAL ELECTION OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE BY 2007, HONG KONG WILL HAVE ANOTHER UNPOPULAR CE VOTED TO POWER BY 2007 !!!!!
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