HKSAR Puppet Regime's Proposals Set No Timetable for Universal Suffrage

Hong Kong SAR puppet regime on October 19 proposed to expand the legislature and the committee that chooses the chief executive in an attempt to respond to Hong Kongers' demand for full democracy, but the reform package did not use even a single word to set a timetable for universal suffrage. The 13 essays below give you an insight into the reasons why Hong Kong should get independent from China to become a sovereign state -- Republic of Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Government Proposes to Expand Legislature, by Alexandra Harney, October 19  more

Hong Kong Democrats Blast Reform Plan, by K.C. Ng and Philip P. Pan, Washington Post, October 20  more

Hong Kong inches toward democracy, by Kathleen Hwang, UPI, October 21  more

Who's the Master? by Gladys Li Chi-hei, Ming Pao, October 22  more

Throwing Hong Kong Democrats a Bone, by Todd Crowell, October 22  more

Puppet chief's lies, ravings, nonsense and flatteries, by Robert Matas, The Globe and Mail, October 24  more

Great Tsang reforms ruse, by Stephen Vines, The Standard, October 28  more

Broken Pledges in Hong Kong, by Kin-ming Liu, Washington Post, October 28  more

Before the might of Beijing, we are like babes in the wood, by Emily Lau, RTHK, October 30  more

Rice pushes Tsang on democratic reforms, by Charles Snyder, Taipei Times, October 30  more

Democrat fire rakes puppet Tsang, by Cannix Yau, The Standard, October 31  more

Two Systems, One (Uncertain) Future, by Fred Hiatt, Washington Post, October 31  more

Minefield US mission, by Kin-ming Liu, The Standard, November 1  more