If, after a cycle of debates and conflicts, the minority refuses to respect the clear and informed views of the majority, that would be anti-democratic.

When is it right for the majority view on Hong Kong political reform to prevail?

C.K. Yeung says while minority interests are rightly protected in a democracy through legislative and non-legislative means, they should, however, not override the majority view after due process

If, after a cycle of debates and conflicts, the minority refuses to respect the clear and informed views of the majority, that would be anti-democratic.
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