Thursday, November 26, 2015   

Democratic Party to decide if quiting alliance
(05-15 14:23)

The Democratic Party will tonight discuss whether or not to quit the Alliance for True Democracy.
The party accused People Power of breaking a promise by refusing to support the three-track nomination system proposed by the Alliance during an Occupy Central forum earlier this month.
But a spokesman for People Power, Christopher Lau Ka-hung, said he's puzzled by the Democratic Party's argument. He added that his party will fully back the Alliance's proposal from now on. --RTHK   
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