One Country One System for HK
#11
Actually we are no better than hongkong right? even u stand in public with a cardboard with a smiling face on it, u going to be charged.. are we better off than hongkong? both have elections but hongkong can vote in opposition into parliament whereas we have been 1 party rule forever..

better dun laugh at others
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#12
they will need to increase tax so that they can have a budget for a reasonable military defence force.
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#13
22-5-2020 9:56 AM
klat said:
Very good future. Because who will look after you except your own kind

It lead me to question you that are you a Singaporean?
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#14
22-5-2020 10:03 AM
SDEBOX said:
It lead me to question you that are you a Singaporean?

they are hanjian, can?..... Rolling on the flor laughing thumbs up
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22-5-2020 9:58 AM
supermonkey said:
Actually we are no better than hongkong right? even u stand in public with a cardboard with a smiling face on it, u going to be charged.. are we better off than hongkong? both have elections but hongkong can vote in opposition into parliament whereas we have been 1 party rule forever..

better dun laugh at others
Aiyo, that face can scare people.
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#16
22-5-2020 10:06 AM
century said:
we are hanjian, can?..... Rolling on the flor laughing thumbs up

dun lah
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#17
22-5-2020 9:48 AM
debono said:
One country one system was practiced when HK was a British colony, but now that the lease of HK is over, it had to be returned to China. But current population of HK detest to be under China's rule, cos they are communist....Therefore if the HK people protest against the one country two system, then China will take over and then it becomes one country one system ......laio...... Surprised Surprised Surprised Big smile Big smile

If a promise of 50 years on this principle cannot be hold, what more to talk about?

"One country, two systems" is a constitutional principle describing the governance of Hong Kong and Macau since they became regions of China in 1997 and 1999, respectively.

The PRC has also proposed to apply the principle in the unification it aims for with Taiwan.


This system has also been proposed by the PRC government for Taiwan, but the Government of the Republic of China has refused this suggestion (it has also been previously claimed that the system was originally designed for Taiwan[citation needed] in order for it to be reunified with the PRC). More specifically, special provisions for the preservation of the military in Taiwan have also been proposed by the Chinese Communist Party (the ruling political party of the PRC), unlike that of Hong Kong and Macau, which are territories protected by the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of the PRC. All of the major political parties in Taiwan, however, including those that lean towards Chinese reunification, have come out strongly against the "One country, Two systems". Some proposed instead "One country, Two governments", which was opposed outright by the PRC government, while some proposed that the "one country" highlighted in the system should be the ROC instead of the PRC. One of the few Taiwanese who have publicly supported the "One country, Two systems" is Li Ao, a Mainland-born novelist.[citation needed]
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22-5-2020 9:58 AM
supermonkey said:
Actually we are no better than hongkong right? even u stand in public with a cardboard with a smiling face on it, u going to be charged.. are we better off than hongkong? both have elections but hongkong can vote in opposition into parliament whereas we have been 1 party rule forever..

better dun laugh at others

This is not a fair and true comment. Every eligible Singaporean can vote and any party nominee has the chance to get into the parliament. It is the people that decide it.

Don't twist it.
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#19
22-5-2020 9:58 AM
supermonkey said:
Actually we are no better than hongkong right? even u stand in public with a cardboard with a smiling face on it, u going to be charged.. are we better off than hongkong? both have elections but hongkong can vote in opposition into parliament whereas we have been 1 party rule forever..

better dun laugh at others

Ahem...nothing wrong with our GE system.
Because we always voted for the same party!!!! 245

No one point a gun to your head in the voting process. It is a Democratically elected government .... Big Grin

Thus we are not the same with HK and much more BETTER... Big Grin
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#20
When is HK become one country one system ?....no mention in the Beijing meeting yet!
dunsee dunsee
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