Beijing’s tightening of its grip on Hong Kong, not only betrays its frustration with its control over the territory, but also demonstrates its anachronistic belief that it can curb the free exchange of ideas in a wired world.
The Chinese government is deathly afraid that Taiwan will awaken the soul of freedom and democracy in Hong Kong and show how the Chinese Constitution is clearly in conflict with universal values held elsewhere around the world. Dictatorship and democracy are mutually exclusive, and Taiwan must act through constitutional reform to become the Switzerland of the East and lead the world to democracy. Freedom and democracy and human rights must be promoted and must prevail in Hong...more...加入回應
Необходимо снизить порог прохождения порог прохождения для политических партий на выборах с 5%. Любые выборы должны быть зарегистрированы кандидатов по крайней мере, шесть месяцев назад. Правительство дожно обеспечивать свободный канал для продвижения политических кандидатов. Граждане имеют право задавать вопросы, кандидаты обязаны ответить....加入回應
Special Rapporteur Philip Alston / UN Photo /Loey Felipe
China has made huge progress in poverty alleviation, but needs meaningful accountability mechanisms that citizens can use when their rights are violated in the context of development-related activities, a United Nations human rights expert said today
The problems rampant in China threaten to lead to a collapse of the Constitution. As long as the CCP insists on carrying out its own investigations of how the national government is run and government operations are allowed to remain opaque, corruption will always continue to exist. If China is to change things, it will be necessary to implement democracy to get past these problems and rise out of poverty. And the only remedy for that is comprehensive constitutional reform. S...more...加入回應
KMT Chair Hung Shiu-chu's claims that the National Public Museem and gold bullion reserves are party assets is a world-class joke. The party continues to hold on to these treasures largely because their origins are murky, and as a result the injustice of improper party assets cannot be addressed. In a democratic nation such a situation is an embarrassing outrage, but there is only one way change it - by reforming the Constitution. For details see the Charter for Permanent Peace and Development....加入回應