One may argue that democracy is no panacea, but denying even an opportunity to compete for public office is worse than not being able to win the race. One may argue that democracy is no panacea, but denying even an opportunity to compete for public office is worse than not being able to win the race.
One may argue that democracy is no panacea, but denying even an opportunity to compete for public office is worse than not being able to win the race.
Occupy Central

Don't compromise Hong Kong's basic principle of equality before the law

Surya Deva says it goes against the Basic Law to deny the lower strata of society a say in political governance. For the sake of the government's legitimacy, the chief executive must build an inclusive society

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One may argue that democracy is no panacea, but denying even an opportunity to compete for public office is worse than not being able to win the race. One may argue that democracy is no panacea, but denying even an opportunity to compete for public office is worse than not being able to win the race.
One may argue that democracy is no panacea, but denying even an opportunity to compete for public office is worse than not being able to win the race.
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