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陳智思:政府不會對示威者作出更多讓步
70 個回應
迷幻地圖

https://www.mpfinance.com/fin/instantf2.php?node=1568777168470&issue=20190918

2019年9月18日 11:10

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因反修例而引起的示威活動至今仍不平息。行政會議召集人陳智思接受《彭博》訪問時表示,政府認為向示威者作出更多讓步、滿足其提出的更多訴求絲毫沒有益處,日益暴力的抗爭活動不可能在短時間內停止

陳智思又指,就算政府滿足其全部訴求,激進示威者也不會就此罷手。近幾周來,部分示威者頻頻向警察投擲汽油彈並肆意破壞地鐵站設施。「誰也不會傻到會認為那些暴力激進分子一時半刻會消失,恐怕還會持續一段時日。」

他又稱,雖然政府解決社會不平等問題的措施,可改變較溫和示威者的想法,但是激進派人士不大可能就此收手。「他們表面上好像就是為了五大訴求,好像得到滿足他們就會收手。算了吧,我們都知道根本不是那麼回事。五項訴求只是開始。根本問題是香港當前面臨的其他所有社會問題。」

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#good2#2    #bad#20  
陳智思是咪倒林鄭米

琴日先話落區


好,鬥持久囉


[img]https://upload.cc/i1/2019/09/18/fJ8ITO.png[/img]


是但啦,最好搞到過農曆年幫你班大商家汰弱留強:)


原文:

Hong Kong Won’t Concede to More Protester Demands, Top Adviser Says

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-09-18/lam-won-t-concede-to-hong-kong-protest-demands-top-adviser-says

By Iain Marlow
September 17, 2019, 8:00 PM EDT

Hong Kong’s government doesn’t see any benefit in conceding to more demands from protesters and the increasingly violent demonstrations are unlikely to stop anytime soon, according to a top adviser to leader Carrie Lam.

Radical demonstrators -- some of whom have lobbed petrol bombs at police and vandalized subway stations in recent weeks-- won’t give up their struggle even if the government meets all of their demands, said Bernard Chan, convener of the city’s Executive Council. While more moderate protesters may be swayed by moves to address social inequality, their die-hard peers are unlikely to give up, he said.

“No one is foolish enough to think that the more violent, more radicalized ones will dissipate anytime soon -- I’m afraid that this might drag on for a while,” Chan said in an interview this week. “They give the impression that it’s the five demands they want, and they’ll walk. Come on, we all know that’s not true. The five demands may be just the outset. The underlying issues are about all the other social issues we’re facing in Hong Kong.”

Chan spoke after another weekend of protests descended into violence, less than two weeks since Lam’s government made its most significant concession to date by announcing it would formally withdraw a controversial bill that kicked off the movement. While that met one of the five demands called for by protesters, it did little to quell the unrest.

The city has been gripped by historic pro-democracy rallies that have stretched into a fourth month. What began as pushback against legislation allowing extraditions to China has shifted into calls for greater democratic freedoms.


In addition to the withdrawal of the extradition bill, Hong Kong’s demonstrators have also called for an independent inquiry into the violence, an amnesty for those charged during the unrest, rescinding the categorization of participants as “rioters” and the implementation of full universal suffrage. Tens of thousands marched in the city center over the weekend, some chanting “Five Demands, Not One Less.”
‘No Go’

Chan said amnesty for people charged with crimes was a “no go” as it violated Hong Kong’s rule of law. Launching a formal inquiry would take too long, possibly years, and wouldn’t do anything to solve the immediate crisis, he added.

“It sounds good, it might be a good diversion, but it’s not solving the problem,” Chan said.

Lam’s government is intent on addressing the social inequality they believe is the root cause of the protests, Chan said, despite many protesters insisting their real grievance is Hong Kong’s lack of real democracy. He said he hoped Lam’s efforts to engage in dialogue with residents will help end demonstrations, but added that the movement’s leaderless nature has complicated that process.

He also said many people didn’t want to be seen meeting Lam, whose popularity has plunged as unrest worsens.

“Some people have accused her of hiding. It’s not true. She’s been seeing people every day since June, but funnily enough, many would prefer not to be seen meeting her,” he said. “I guess they’re afraid people might question, ‘Why you? Why are you seeing her? Are you representing us?’”


示威者不會對黑警同極權政府作出更多讓步


當初夠話唔會徹回啦Z_Z


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自向左走向右走獅[sosad] [sosad] [sosad]


當初夠話唔會徹回啦Z_Z

我都記得上次話政府唔會再有新回應,叫啲人好停,結果跪低撤回


攬炒囉
美國人權法制裁香港官員, 陳智思都應該走唔甩#hoho#


當初夠話送中過硬
夠話唔會撤回啦

又想試人底線 [369]


傻的嗎你滿足晒5大訴求咪即刻停囉:o)


解決提出問題既人[sosad]


ok, 佢講左個事實,意欲何為?

講比示威者知等佢地死左條心?講比中央知示威者點做都唔會退讓?

想點?


攬炒#yup#攬炒#yup#
唔讓又點, 想陰d陰d捉哂入新疆嶺屠殺[???]


佢點解咁肯定?唔通佢就係大台?


真係搞笑,自己搞壇屎出黎,仲好意思講到自已好忍讓


所以咪咁

我完全相反


唔係讓步,係一早應該做既野


其實一查差人,我覺得件事完,但政府靠差人保命,唔查得,
咁最好真係特赦,差人冇事,示威者拉到都冇事.咁最少兩邊都有位走,你要政府執法,查差人,但又要滿足你放示威者,咁點都講唔過去


陳自私準備俾美帝制裁啦#hoho# #hoho# #yup#


之前都話唔會撤回啦:o)


攬炒囉
美國人權法制裁香港官員, 陳智思都應該走唔甩#hoho#

林奠成條team 都應該走唔甩


先換HK,
下一步,強国共匪政黨。


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