November 30, 2005

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David Webb continues his excellent series on the Hong Kong Government's proposed constitutional reforms (the first part was on the crooked and rigged corporate voting in functional constituencies). This time he teaches the world's smartest government that 20% of 70 is not 12 and finds the government's proposal clearly breach the Basic Law. There's plenty more of sensible suggestions, and by being sensible are thus disqualified from consideration by the government.

Go read and enjoy. Then march on Sunday.

posted by Simon on 11.30.05 at 06:16 PM in the Hong Kong category.


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