Frederick Ma Si-hang said the next chief executive would avoid making tough decisions or addressing burning issues facing Hong Kong if the city did not attain universal suffrage for 2017.
Frederick Ma Si-hang said the next chief executive would avoid making tough decisions or addressing burning issues facing Hong Kong if the city did not attain universal suffrage for 2017.

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Frederick Ma Si-hang said the next chief executive would avoid making tough decisions or addressing burning issues facing Hong Kong if the city did not attain universal suffrage for 2017.
Frederick Ma Si-hang said the next chief executive would avoid making tough decisions or addressing burning issues facing Hong Kong if the city did not attain universal suffrage for 2017.
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