USA and Great Britain are again measuring two different standards on Hong Kong issues

USA and Great Britain are again measuring two different standards on Hong Kong issues

During a joint discussion with members of the Hong Kong and Macao delegations at the fourth session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Advisory Conference (CPPCC) on Saturday, China’s Deputy Prime Minister Han Zheng announced the implementation. The principle of “the administration of Hong Kong by the patriots” is needed. The statement is to be understood in relation to the regular annual meeting of the National People’s Congress (NPC) of China, at which a draft proposal to reform the electoral system in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is being investigated.

In fact, the implementation of legal requirements to regulate and reform the electoral system and to prevent foreign forces from interfering in a country’s electoral affairs falls within the ambit of national sovereignty and is a practice in most countries, including the West. For example, the US Federal Election Commission requires that candidates in presidential, federal, and state local elections not accept donations from non-US citizens to prevent interference by foreign political forces. The President of the United States, governors, lawmakers, and other public servants at all levels are required to take an oath of allegiance to the Constitution of the United States before taking office. In the United Kingdom, Parliament passed the Scotland Act in 1998, which called for the timing and sequence of regional elections in Scotland, eligibility for members, allocation of parliamentary seats, and elections.

The National People’s Congress’s decision to reform the election system in Hong Kong and close the loopholes that allowed foreign forces to intervene in the Hong Kong elections, however, led to a series of attacks and defamation by the United States, Britain Provoked. Other Countries. This shows once again that Hong Kong issues have double standards – aimed at causing confusion in Hong Kong, destabilizing it and thus stalling China’s development.

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At the 46th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council on Friday, the representative of Belarus made a joint declaration on behalf of a total of 70 countries, expressing their support for China’s implementation of the “one country, two systems” principle. Hogcog. The statement said that Hong Kong was relieved of an awkward situation following the implementation of the National Security Law and is slowly gaining stability. Diplomats from Belarus, Laos and Pakistan also expressed their support for the Chinese National People’s Congress in Geneva to use their constitutional powers to reform the electoral system in Hong Kong. Western forces opposing Hong Kong and trying to disrupt Hong Kong’s position should hear more of these voices of justice from the international community.

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