The central government had made its stance very clear in remarks by various officials, including National People's Congress chairman Zhang Dejiang (right), and Peter Woo (left) said it was in no mood to make concessions in the election of Hong Kong's chief executive or on electoral reform. Photos: K.Y. Cheng, Xinhua The central government had made its stance very clear in remarks by various officials, including National People's Congress chairman Zhang Dejiang (right), and Peter Woo (left) said it was in no mood to make concessions in the election of Hong Kong's chief executive or on electoral reform. Photos: K.Y. Cheng, Xinhua
The central government had made its stance very clear in remarks by various officials, including National People's Congress chairman Zhang Dejiang (right), and Peter Woo (left) said it was in no mood to make concessions in the election of Hong Kong's chief executive or on electoral reform. Photos: K.Y. Cheng, Xinhua

Occupy Central ‘unwise’, says Peter Woo of Wharf, a likely loser from protest

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The central government had made its stance very clear in remarks by various officials, including National People's Congress chairman Zhang Dejiang (right), and Peter Woo (left) said it was in no mood to make concessions in the election of Hong Kong's chief executive or on electoral reform. Photos: K.Y. Cheng, Xinhua The central government had made its stance very clear in remarks by various officials, including National People's Congress chairman Zhang Dejiang (right), and Peter Woo (left) said it was in no mood to make concessions in the election of Hong Kong's chief executive or on electoral reform. Photos: K.Y. Cheng, Xinhua
The central government had made its stance very clear in remarks by various officials, including National People's Congress chairman Zhang Dejiang (right), and Peter Woo (left) said it was in no mood to make concessions in the election of Hong Kong's chief executive or on electoral reform. Photos: K.Y. Cheng, Xinhua
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