Calvin Liu, Brian Yap and Joyce Ng | 18 August 2014 | SCMP
The government’s consultation exercise on political reform was dominated by “orchestrated” bloc submissions, most of them favouring a conservative stance, a South China Morning Post study has revealed.
- More than 90% of 121,447 submissions to HK Gov electoral reform consultation were based on templates and submitted collectively by 822 groups- most of which were not named.
- 80% of submissions to HK gov public consultation on electoral reform were made by unidentified groups using templates.
- Pro-CCP DAB made 12.7% of submissions to HK gov electoral reform consultation, most nearly identical.
- Unidentified groups & DAB are 92.7% of group submissions to HK consultation on electoral reform.