The CCP’s four-day plenary session ended on Thursday had brought the Hong Kong crisis on top of its agenda.
In the communiqué released right after the meetings, the CCP government has pledged to establish “a legal system and enforcement mechanism for safeguarding national security” in Hong Kong.
There is a stark statement there for Hong Kong, “Hong Kong and Macao must be governed in strict accordance with the Constitution and the Basic Law, and the long-term prosperity and stability of Hong Kong and Macao should be safeguarded.”
Speaking to reporters at a press conference on the outcomes of the meeting of the top leadership, Shen Chunyao, director of the Hong Kong, Macau and Basic Law Commission, said Hong Kong was “of course” an important topic of discussion.
“[The party will] firmly safeguard national sovereignty, security, and development interests, safeguard the long-term prosperity and stability of Hong Kong and Macau, and will not tolerate any challenges to the bottom line of ‘one country, two systems’,” Shen Chunyao said.
Shen told reporters that they were looking at ways to “perfect” how Hong Kong’s chief executive is appointed and removed.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam was selected by a committee stacked with pro-Beijing loyalists; protesters are calling instead for universal suffrage to elect a new chief executive as well as the legislators.
We don’t know how the CCP is going to “perfect” or improve the legal system of Hong Kong. We do know that they are facing increasing challenges that might open the gateway to its own burial.
Although the CCP has acted with some restraints in the past two weeks, the Hong Kong crisis has been a thorn in the throats of the CCP leaders for over four months and mass protests are still continuing to harm the international financial hub.
While finding no good solutions to the dead knot, the CCP government plans to ramp up efforts to integrate Hong Kong with the mainland by strengthening patriotic education in the former British colony.
At the press conference, Communist officials vowed stronger measures to teach “patriotism” to young students as well as public servants in Hong Kong.
But most Hong Kongers already have a firm belief that they love China but would never embrace the Chinese Communist Party.
CCP is continuing its evil in Hong Kong.
According to Guo.media on Friday, a face-covered protester released disturbing images about the CCP’s brutality in Hong Kong. A schoolgirl was gang-raped by at least four policemen at San Uk Ling Detention Center. Her family told that she had attempted to commit suicide four times after the abuse. And this is not an isolated case.
On Thursday, the HK Police arrested a female journalist because she dared to ask for a warrant card. In central, an English-speaking woman was subdued and tied up by the Hong Kong police on the street. She was released after shouting loud for help from the US Consulate General in Hong Kong.
According to local media, an application for a mass gathering at the Victoria Park on November 2 was rejected by the police. Still there will be at least four gatherings in the afternoon in the Central and Kowloon.
The world continues to stand with Hong Kong.
By Cloudy Seagail
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