Martin Lee

Martin Lee is the founding chairperson of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong and an individual member of the Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats.
Martin Lee is the founding chairperson of the Democratic Party of Hong Kong and an individual member of the Council of Asian Liberals and Democrats.

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Democracy in Hong Kong would do wonders for China’s global reputation

If China is seeking to build its international reputation, honouring its pledges to Hong Kong, such as granting the city a high degree of autonomy and the right to choose its leaders by universal suffrage, would be the best place to start.

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

If China is seeking to build its international reputation, honouring its pledges to Hong Kong, such as granting the city a high degree of autonomy and the right to choose its leaders by universal suffrage, would be the best place to start.

Democracy in Hong Kong would do wonders for China’s global reputation
Any more concessions will only destroy our confidence
The sell-out that has to stop
1 Jul 1995 - 12:00AM
The sell-out that has to stop
Reversing down the democratic road
We have to be true to our principles
Preparing territory for the handover
Is it too late for Patten to keep his promise?
Not quite shipshape aboard the Democrats
Tung must hear people
26 Jun 2000 - 12:00AM
Tung must hear people
Break with appeasement
20 Feb 1994 - 12:00AM
Break with appeasement
Unhealthy state of affairs for workers
Martin Lee sees hard role for new leader
Speak out or shut up?
10 Aug 1995 - 12:00AM
Speak out or shut up?
Non-stop fighter still finds time for family
A glimpse of Guangdong is vindication of my stand
Eye Witness
14 May 2007 - 12:00AM
Eye Witness
How we should present the case for MFN renewal
Pushing the boundaries
2 Apr 2008 - 12:00AM
Pushing the boundaries
Hong Kong people can't just wait around for democracy; they must act
The taking of America
21 Apr 1996 - 12:00AM
The taking of America
Why the PWC failed
10 Dec 1995 - 12:00AM
Why the PWC failed
Call for calm at party crossroads