Registered voters in Hong Kong have dropped 97% from 250,000 to 7,000.

Translated by: MOS Education Group – Winsun

On September 19, the Hong Kong Election Commission subsector elections began to vote. This was the first election after the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress of the CCP drastically revised the Hong Kong election system at the end of March this year.

The Election Committee under the new electoral system consists of former industrial and commercial/financial/basic-level labor/religious/legislative council members/representatives of regional organizations, etc., with the addition of “representative circles of people’s congresses, members of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and Hong Kong members of national organizations”.  The number of seats in the session increased from 1,200 to 1,500.  The number of membership seats and sectors has increased, but voters have regressed sharply. The provisional voting register published by the Hong Kong Government Election Committee shows that there are only nearly 7,900 registered voters in Hong Kong, which is more than the nearly 250,000 voters before the electoral system was revised.  It actually fell by 97%!

In fact, under the modification of election rules and various manipulations, more than 1,000 of the 1,500 seats have been automatically elected by default, and in the end only 364 seats need to be selected by the so-called election.  Moreover, the democrats are not afraid of threats and do not sing praises for the CCP, and almost no one is running for the election.  Both data and evidence show that Hong Kong has been completely reduced to a “mainland” city under the CCP’s rule, and there is no possibility for Hong Kong people to participate in local political affairs through the parliament, and there is no even any interest to ask a tiger for its skin.


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