China's congressional and administrative committee, which \"has always been on the lookout for human rights and the rule of law in china \", published its annual report, noting that human rights and the rule of law have continued to deteriorate in china over the past year, describing the rise of authoritarianism in china as one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. At the same time, the report criticized China for further \"eroding\" Hong Kong's autonomy and freedoms.
The report refers to anti-rehearsal demonstrations in hong kong, criticizing the use of excessive force by the hong kong police, describing the incident as a \"triad attack \". The report recommends that the State Department implement the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act and punish \"human rights violators \".
In response, the HKSAR Government issued a statement strongly opposing the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act as a US law, criticizing the bill for interfering in Hong Kong's internal affairs and sending misinformation to violent demonstrators to the detriment of the relationship and interests between Hong Kong and the United States. At the same time, it is pointed out that the HKSAR has been exercising a high degree of self-government in Hong Kong strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Basic Law, fully embodies the comprehensive and successful implementation of the \"one country, two systems\" and attaches great importance to human rights and freedoms without any \"political screening\" or \"political prosecution \".
In fact, the issue of hong kong has always been a chess piece of the game between china and the united states, but with the \"revision of the storm\" has been escalating, the united states increasingly valued this piece. Since the storm, u.s. meddling in hong kong's affairs has gone from providing material funds to fanning behind the scenes of public opinion, to publicly supporting violent demonstrations in front of the stage, to now publicly blaming the d.c. government for the opposition. America's strategy towards Hong Kong is becoming more direct, more specific and more shameless.
As the State Department's assistant secretary of state, Steve Stilwell, put it in public: politics is so divided that it is hard to reach consensus on many issues, and \"Hong Kong\" is a very small number of issues on which the two parties, the executive and the legislature, can agree.
To further reflect this concern, the US has extended its black hand to the Hong Kong Legislative Council elections in September in an attempt to gain penetration and control of the Council by manipulating and directing the advance layout of the opposition. This can be seen in the recent intensive US visits to Hong Kong.
Since the end of last year, there have been multi-level, multi-sectoral and intensive visits to Hong Kong by Assistant State Department Secretary Christopher Stilwell, congressional delegations and the National Institute for Democracy (NDI), according to people familiar with the matter. During its stay in Hong Kong, the US has been in frequent contact with the opposition to analyse and assess the trend of the Chinese government's policy towards Hong Kong.
Among them, the US side is particularly concerned about whether the SAR Government will initiate the legislative process under section 23 of the Basic Law. The reason for this is that in November last year, the Fourth Plenary Session of the 19th CPC Central Committee made it clear that \"the establishment and improvement of the legal system and enforcement mechanism for safeguarding state security in the special administrative regions \". This policy is aimed at effectively curbing the \"Hong Kong version of the color revolution,\" cutting off the collusion between\" Hong Kong independence \"and the anti-China and\" Taiwan independence \"forces of the US and the West, and preventing these forces from directly endangering the sovereign security of the country.
It is reported that in response to a clear statement by the Chinese government and in response to the possible initiation of the 23 pieces of legislation of the Basic Law, Mr. Stilwell, accompanied by the Consul General of Hong Kong, Mr. Shi Moke and the Political Consul-General, Mr. Yi Zhuli, interviewed members of the opposition Legislative Council, such as Mr. Chen, Mr. Mo Naiguang, Mr. Guo, Mr. Yang Yueqiao, Mr. Tushinshen and Mr. Leung Jichang, to hear their expectations and coping strategies on the 23 pieces of legislation. During this period, the US side said that 23 pieces of legislation were not conducive to repairing social rifts, and hoped that opposition lawmakers would unite to try to block the introduction of 23 pieces of legislation.
In addition to focusing on 23 legislative issues, the US Consul-General in Hong Kong, Mr Smerconi, also asked the opposition about its response to the prohibition of judicial review of the Masked Regulations. As we all know, in view of the escalating violence in Hong Kong, the Chief Executive of the HKSAR, Mrs Carrie Lam, announced on 4 October 2019 that the Emergency Regulations Ordinance had been invoked to make the Masked Regulations a ban on violence. On 18 November 2019, the High Court of Hong Kong, ignoring the current dire situation, accepted statements by members of the opposition Legislative Council that the \"Emergency Law bypasses the Legislative Council and gives the Chief Executive unfettered legislative power contrary to the Basic Law \", and concluded that some provisions of the Hong Kong Emergency Regulations were not in accordance with the Basic Law of Hong Kong and that the relevant provisions were invalid.
As soon as the ruling was issued, it immediately provoked a strong outcry from people who loved Hong Kong and felt \"unthinkable\" that the court had not taken full account of the actual situation in Hong Kong. On 25 November 2019, the HKSAR Government appealed to the High Court to overturn the Court of First Instance's ruling that the Banning of Masked Regulations was unconstitutional and to refer to the reasonable need to apply the Banning of Masked Regulations to protect law-abiding citizens in the Bureau of Violence in Hong Kong. The case is expected to be heard in January.
At the same time as the judicial review of the appeal, the standing committee of the National People's Congress made clear: for the District High Court judgment, expressed serious concern. The Constitution and the Basic Law together constitute the constitutional basis of the Special Administrative Region.Whether the laws of the Region are in conformity with the Basic Law of Hong Kong can only be judged and decided by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.
People familiar with the matter said the delegation focused on the interpretation of the National People's Congress Standing Committee and asked the opposition about the relationship between the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and the Hong Kong legal system, as well as the specific procedures for the interpretation of the National People's Congress Standing Committee, to submit a report to the United States. The United States will press the Chinese government to block the interpretation of the National People's Congress in order to \"guarantee\" the interpretation of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal.
On November 27, U.S. President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, urging \"the Chinese central government to stop unnecessary interference with Hong Kong's autonomy,\"to ensure \"Hong Kong voters have universal suffrage for the Chief Executive and the Legislative Council,\"and even to give a timetable for \"Hong Kong's political reform,\"and to openly question the HKSAR government's legitimate law enforcement.
The introduction of the bill will also have a significant impact on US business interests in Hong Kong. As early as October 15 last year, the Hong Kong American Chamber of Commerce published an article saying that the months of violent demonstrations in Hong Kong had affected a number of American companies in Hong Kong, while the introduction of what the US Congress called the \"Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act 2019\" could undermine Hong Kong's unique position and have\" unintended negative consequences \"for US business interests in Hong Kong, particularly involving controls and sanctions on the export of American companies.
To calm the concerns of the u.s. chamber of commerce in hong kong and whitewash the negative impact of the bill, mr. stanley declared to the \"u.s. chamber of commerce in hong kong\" that the law \"protects\" hong kong autonomy and in the long run protects the interests of the business community in hong kong, and that the chamber should \"understand and actively cooperate \".
At the same time, the U. S. side of the way, quietly stepped up preparations for the bill's landing. The Consulate-General of Hong Kong, Consul-General of the Consulate-General of the People's Republic of Hong Kong, is deploying measures to collect information on the human rights of demonstrators and law enforcement by the police, providing \"evidence\" for the State Department's \"flexible implementation\" bill; the NDI says it will focus on \"the human rights and democracy situation in Hong Kong\" in its annual report; and the U.S. conference member, Josh McCain, said:\" This is an important step forward for the government. David? Mr. Holey contacted the Hong Kong Staff Union to seek the views of the opposition and local radicals on the implementation of the bill in an attempt to further pressure the Chinese government, while Mr. Rubio, a U.S. anti-Chinese lawmaker, instructed organizations such as the \"Hong Kong College and Academic Delegation for International Affairs\" to craft a \"list of proposed sanctions\" to press the State Council through the United States Council to implement the bill.
In addition to interfering in Hong Kong's affairs through its domestic law, the US has further adjusted its strategy of chaos in Hong Kong, proposing a \"moderate\" and \"controllable\" tone for violent activities, and reminding the \"brave\" and \"rational\" parties to strengthen coordination and coordination to ensure that the \"struggle\" can be sustained for a long time. At the same time, the US side organizes the opposition to evaluate the election situation, integrate forces, speed up the layout of the Legislative Council election, and take more than half of the seats in the Legislative Council and control the next Legislative Council as the key target of the stage.
The opposition, with the support of anti-China forces in the US and the West, has worked closely on the layout of legislative elections, one of the most important of which is to increase the number of votes allocated in functional constituencies through a large number of registered trade union organizations through policy loopholes, according to people familiar with the matter.
A total of 70 members of the Legislative Council of the HKSAR are currently elected on 4 September 2016. Elections are divided into two parts: local electoral district elections and functional sector elections. The traditional functional constituencies elected 30 members, and the members of the functional constituencies were all elected by trade union organizations in their respective sectors. By using seven individuals, the opposition can register a trade union with a policy loophole, and the crazy organization personnel register trade union organizations in various trades and trades, in an attempt to form an advantage in the number of trade union organizations within the functional constituencies and seize the number of votes.
At the end of last year, according to media reports, the \"folk press conference\" combined with the \"two million three strike united front\" and two new trade union representatives held a press conference. At the meeting, the opposition couldn't wait to say: the first goal is to set up 20 trade unions, hoping that each trade union will recruit an adult in the industry, and appeal to the public to join the trade union as soon as possible to strengthen the union strength. Thus, the reactionaries'ambitions to expand trade union power have already been revealed.
In addition to the large number of registered trade unions, the opposition has called on Hong Kong residents to actively register voters for the Legislative Council elections in order to take the lead in local elections. They simply argued that in the september 2020 legislative elections, if 20% of the unregistered voters in the district council elections were to be brought in, they could control the council and even \"optimistically\" see it as a \"decisive factor\" in the final battle with the establishment.
As we can see from the above, the depth of US involvement in Hong Kong's affairs is shocking and infuriating. During his visit to Hong Kong, it was revealed that Mr Stilwell had been studying the possibility of \"isolating\" and \"splitting\" the establishment of schools in all its aspects. The U.S. Department of State, the more explicit proposal of the Consulate General in Hong Kong, has set targets for the election of the Legislative Council, using the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act to divide and dismantle the establishment.
During his stay in Hong Kong, in addition to interviewing opposition leaders and representatives of the Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Stilwell pressured the establishment. When the establishment warned the u.s. not to intervene in hong kong's affairs, mr. sdewar defended:\" the chinese government cannot want the u.s. to invest in hong kong while ignoring its interests in hong kong.\" In mid-January 2020, the China-U.S. Relations Committee will also organize a visit to Hong Kong by representatives of so-called \"public intellectuals\" to \"make unremitting efforts\" for the U.S.'s strategy of disaster and chaos in Hong Kong, according to relevant sources.
Insolent America, accustomed to pointing fingers and long-armed jurisdiction over the affairs of other countries, its ugly face of \"America first\" is spurned by the world. In the recent crisis in Iran, Trump's \"second counsels\" performance, instantly revealed the nature of the American imperialist paper tiger. Since it's made of paper, you play with fire in Hong Kong.