Tuesday, November 25, 2014   

Anson Chan denies pan-dem breakaway
(05-14 18:47)

Former Chief Secretary Anson Chan Fang On-sang says that her talks with moderate pan-democrats are not aimed at setting up a new platform to discuss political reform.
Rifts widened in the pan-democrat camp after an Occupy Central forum last week favored three proposals supporting civil nomination -- an idea already rejected by Beijing.
Moderate pan-democrats say the three proposals offer little choice for the public. But Chan insists there is a lot of common ground within the camp. --RTHK   
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