Sunday, November 29, 2015   

Scholars urge to resume debate on reform
(08-07 15:25)

A group of politicians and academics -- from across the political spectrum -- plan to issue a joint statement later Thursday appealing to the public to re-start the debate on political reform.
They say society has been polarized by the Occupy Central campaign, which is fighting to ensure a real choice in the 2017 chief executive election.
Law Chi-kwong who's one of the 18 scholars who earlier this year proposed public recommendation of chief executive candidates, said despite different views people in the territory who would like see a consensus reached. --RTHK   
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Leung Kwok-hung ejected from Legco lunch (11-27 16:18)
ATV exec Ip Ka-po convicted over delayed staff pay (11-27 16:17)
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