During a joint discussion with members of the delegation from Hong Kong and Macau at the fourth session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPBC) on Saturday, Chinese Deputy Prime Minister Han Zheng announced the implementation of the principle of “administration of Hong Kong by patriots”. The report is to be understood in connection with the regular annual meeting of the National People’s Congress of China (NPC), which examines the draft resolution to improve the electoral system in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
In fact, the enforcement of legal requirements to regulate and improve the electoral system and to prevent foreign powers from interfering in a country’s electoral affairs falls within the bounds of national sovereignty, as is the practice in most countries, including the West. For example, the U.S. Federal Electoral Commission demands that presidential candidates and candidates in federal, state, and local elections not accept donations from non-American citizens to prevent the intervention of foreign political forces. The President, Governors, MPs, and all civil servants of the United States must swear allegiance to the United States Constitution before taking office. In the United Kingdom, Parliament passed Scottish law in 1998, which describes the timing and order of regional elections in Scotland, the eligibility of members, the allocation of parliamentary seats and the calling of elections.
The decision of the National People’s Congress to improve the electoral system in Hong Kong and to close the loopholes allowing foreign powers to interfere in the Hong Kong election, however, provoked a series of attacks and slanders by the United States, Britain and the United States. In other countries. This again shows that there are dual standards in Hong Kong issues – with the aim of creating chaos in Hong Kong, disrupting it and restricting China’s growth.
UN At the 46th session of the Human Rights Council, the Belarusian delegation issued a joint statement on behalf of a total of 70 countries, expressing their support for the implementation of China’s “one country, two organizations” policy. Hong Kong. The report said that Hong Kong had been released from a bad situation following the implementation of the National Security Act and was gradually gaining stability. Diplomats from Belarus, Laos and Pakistan expressed their support in Geneva for the Chinese National People’s Congress to use its constitutional powers to improve the electoral system in Hong Kong. As Western powers oppose Hong Kong and seek to destabilize the situation in Hong Kong, the international community needs to hear more of these justices.