Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying stated that the territory has not total autonomy in China and must comply with the “relevant interpretations and decisions” of Beijing. Not doing so, he warned, could lead to anarchy.

Hong Kong’s chief executive, Leung Chung-ying said during an interview to some western media that it was impossible to met the pro democracy demands in part because that would mean that the poorest would have a dominant voice in politics. And he said so as a negative fact. Not very social for a leader who had announced that he’s backed by the, so-called, People’s Party in Beijing.

Hong Kong’s chief executive, Leung Chun-ying, is going to present a report to Beijing requesting the start of the electoral reform process. His report should reflect strong demands from Hong Kong residents for genuine universal suffrage, Human Rights Watch said today in a press release.

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The EU will “urgently review in the coming days its relations with Egypt and adopt measures” to “promote an end to violence, resumption of political dialogue and return to a democratic process”.

What happened in Egypt is a coup called by the people on the streets, but is a coup, no matter the diplomatic and social situation make some people and world leaders use other names. Is the case of president Obama of the US, now in a very difficult diplomatic position. He said in a statement […]