If they veto the reform plan now, pan-democrats will be blamed for frustrating the public's aspiration for universal suffrage.

Pan-democrats must seek talks, as a veto is likely to serve Beijing's interests most

Simon Young says pan-democrats can "seize the opportunity" by drawing up a list of negotiable demands and seeking talks with the government, to test its commitment to universal suffrage - before they consider a veto

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If they veto the reform plan now, pan-democrats will be blamed for frustrating the public's aspiration for universal suffrage.
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