Universal suffrage would ensure stronger mandate for chief executive, says business chamber

Tony Cheung, Gary Cheung | 6 May 2014 | SCMP

“We believe that with universal suffrage, at least our chief executive would be popularly elected, be recognised by the public and be more representative,” Adeline Wong Ching-man, CEO of the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association, told the South China Morning Post.

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