Saturday, December 20, 2014   

Reform proposals from Silent Majority
(01-13 19:22)

A member of the group, the Silent Majority for Hong Kong, Robert Chow, on Monday put forward his own proposal for political reform.
He said anyone with 30 endorsements from the Nomination Committee can become a "prospective chief executive candidate".
Committee members can then elect three people each and the top three vote-getters can become "official candidates" for the whole electorate to choose.
The group also said it opposes the Occupy Central Movement. --RTHK
   
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