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【禁闻】田北俊辞党魁 不撤〝倒梁〞言论

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【新唐人2014年10月31日讯】香港自由党党魁田北俊,由于发表希望香港行政长官梁振英考虑下台的言论,这个星期三被中共撤销全国政协委员资格。当天田北俊宣布辞去自由党党魁,并表示卸下两个包袱后,能对香港做出更多贡献。他还强调不会撤回〝倒梁〞的言论。
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周三下午,刚被中共政协撤销〝全国政协委员〞职务的田北俊,在香港立法会会见媒体,表示辞去自由党党魁职务。

香港自由党领导人田北俊:〝我会辞去自由党党魁。之后我很乐意作为立法会成员回答所有问题。作为自由党成员,但不再是领导人。我觉得以这种方式,我可以对香港做出更多贡献。〞

田北俊被政协撤职,是由于他在上周五发表过建议行政长官梁振英辞职的言论,成为在占中运动发生后,首位〝倒梁〞的〝建制派〞人士。

田北俊说,发表建议梁振英辞职的言论时,没有留意政协委员身份,只记得自己是香港立法会议员和自由党党魁,因此他接受中共政协常委的决定。但他对媒体表示,没有政协委员身份会少点包袱,辞去党魁头衔,更能畅所欲言,并强调不会收回言论。

香港自由党党魁田北俊:〝立法会仍在拉布,还是在叫人点人数,金钟仍然有很多人集会,情况没有改变,我觉得我当时的理据是充足才说出那番话,今日既然没有改变,我当然不会收回。〞

从田北俊发表〝倒梁〞言论,到被撤职,只有四天,评论认为,北京严格管控亲中的〝建制派〞的言论。

香港立法会议员单仲偕:〝现在的形势,北京也非常了解,梁振英政府已经是施政举步维艰。面对强有力的反对派的压力,也不允许在建制派中,有什么人有动摇的情况。所以就先发制人,不允许有任何‘倒梁’声音。所以要处理田北俊。〞

香港《开放》杂志总编辑金钟:〝当然这就是‘杀鸡给猴看’,给建制派的人一个警告,你们如果不听话的话,那就要遭到处罚。〞

田北俊出身富商世家,目前经营制衣业,他所在的自由党,成员大多是商人出身,因此外界也联想到,《新华社》曾在25号发表英文的署名文章,点名批评李嘉诚、李兆基、郭鹤年和吴光正四位香港超级富豪,没有明确表态反对占中。

单仲偕:〝所以田北俊这个事件,我估计也是对香港的建制派,或者是香港的富豪,有一个警醒的作用。要求他们要坚决坚定的支持梁振英,连沉默的机会也不给他们了。〞

〝倒梁〞会被撤职,〝沉默〞也被点名批评,但政协常委陈永棋仍然引述中共全国政协主席俞正声的话,声称这不影响政协委员批评行政长官和特区政府,只不过是要所谓〝建设性〞的。

政协常委陈永棋:〝如果有反对的声音,那些反对的声音不应把它公开,因为公开那些反对的声音,那就等于不支持。如果有不同的声音,可以直接向中央反映。〞

不公开反对,而是私下沟通,北京是否就有协商余地呢?立法会议员单仲偕指出,北京的港澳政策一贯强硬,当局只会采取更强硬手段。

单仲偕:〝我估计到月底以后,12月中旬的时候,圣诞节前期,北京会采取一个更强硬的态度。会不会到那个时候,已经经过三个月的时候了,香港政府就要用最强硬的方式去清理场地。〞

田北俊被政协撤职也引发〝泛民派〞议员的批评。民主党议员黄碧云认为,田北俊是按政协章程,发挥所谓的〝反映民意、民主监督及议政〞的职能,被撤销资格是不合理。

民主党创党主席李柱铭则批评,俞正声所谓〝政协不应该公开说反对声音〞,等于向全香港市民承认,政协的公开发言不是〝真心话〞,以后政协将欠缺公信力。

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James Tien Resigns As Party Leader Without Retracting His Remarks Opposing Leung Chun-ying

On Wednesday, Hong Kong Liberal Party leader
Mr. James Tien Pei-Chun's membership of the Chinese
People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC)
was revoked by the CCP due to his speech urging Hong Kong
Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to consider resignation.

Then he announced his resignation as Liberal Party leader
that day.
He said that after these two burdens have been removed,
he can contribute more to Hong Kong.
He also stressed that he would not withdraw
his remarks opposing Leung Chun-ying.

On Wednesday afternoon, just after his CPPCC national
membership had been revoked, Mr. James Tien met
with the media in Hong Kong's Legislative Council,
and announced that he resigned the Liberal Party leader.

James Tien: "I will tender my resignation
as the Party Leader of the Liberal Party.
After which, I am more than happy to answer
all your questions as a legislator,
as a member of the Liberal Party,
but no longer as Party Leader.
This makes me feel that I can contribute
more to Hong Kong."

The dismissal of James' CPPCC membership resulted from
his advising Hong Kong Executive Officer Leung Chun-ying
to resign last Friday.

He became the first legislative council member
of the Pro-Establishment Camp to oppose Leung Chun-ying
since Occupy Central Movement began.

Mr. James Tien said that when he published his speech
advising Leung Chun-ying to resign, he did not pay attention
to his CPPCC membership, and simply remembered his
identity as a member of Hong Kong Legislative Council
and the Liberal Party leader.

He accepted the decision of the CCP Standing Committee
of the CPPCC.
But he told the media that not identifying as a CPPCC
member would burden him less, resigning as party leader
would allow him to more freely give speeches,
and emphasized that he would not withdraw the remarks.

James Tien: "Legislative Council is still in filibuster
and still counting the number of legislative members,
and there are still a lot of people rallying in Admiralty.

Now the situation has not changed.
I think the speech was sufficiently justified.
Since today's situation has not changed,
I certainly would not take back my words."

It was only four days between the time of James Tien's
"opposing Leung"remarks to the time his CPCCC membership
was revoked.

Commenters say that Beijing authorities strictly
regulate the Pro-Beijing Camp's remarks.

Hong Kong Legislative Council member Sin Chung-kai:
"Now Beijing has a very good understanding
of the situation, and the Leung Chun-ying administration
is carrying out policy with many difficulties and blockage.
Facing strong pressure from the opposition,
it does not allow legislative council members
of the Pro-Establishment Camp
to shake their political standpoint.
So they take pre-emptive action to kill all voices in opposion
to Leung Chun-ying and hence treat James Tien in this way."

Hong Kong's "Open" magazine Chief-Editor Mr Zhong Jin:
"Of course this is 'a warning to others'
and sends a warning to those legislative council members
of the “Pro-Establishment Camp.”
If you do not follow the Beijing authorities,
you will be punished."

James Tien was born into a wealthy family.
He currently operates garment factories.
Most members of his Liberal Party are businessmen.

The public has connected this incident with a published
and signed article written in English on Oct. 25th
by Xinhua News Agency.

The article criticized four Hong Kong billionaires including
Li Ka-shing, Lee Shau Kee, Robert Kuok and Peter Woo
for not showing a clear stance against Occupy Central.

Sin Chung-kai: "So for James Tien's incident,
I guess this is a vigilant signal being sent to the Hong Kong
Pro-Establishment Camp, or Hong Kong tycoons.

Beijing Authorities require them to resolutely support
Leung Chun-ying, there are no opportunities for silence."

Opposing Leung Chun-ying will be dismissed,
keeping silent is also criticized.
But the CPPCC Standing Committee Chen Yongqi
still quoted the words of the CPPCC Head Yu Zhensheng,
claiming it does not affect the CPPCC National Committee
members to criticize the Chief Executive and the SAR
government, but all of these should be "constructive."

CPPCC Standing Committee member Chen Yongqi:
"If there are dissenting voices, then those voices
should not be made the public because the voices
made public send non-supportive messages.
If there are differing voices, then they can be reported
directly to the Central Government."

If private communication rather than open opposition
is applied, then is there room for negotiation
with Beijing authorities?

Legislative Council member Sin Chung-kai said that Beijing's
policies regarding Hong Kong and Macao
have always been tough, and Beijing is only
going to take tougher measures.

Sin Chung-kai:"I estimate that by the end of this month
and around mid-December, and during the pre-Christmas,
Beijing will take a tougher attitude.

By that time, the Occupy Central Movement will have lasted
for three months, and the Hong Kong government will
possibly use the toughest measures to clean up the site."

The revoking of James Tien's CPPCC membership was also
criticized by Pan-democratic Legislative Council members.
The Democratic Party's Legislative Council member
Wong Pik Wan thinks the dismissal of James Tien
is unreasonable because James Tien just executes his liability
as a CPPCC member in "reflecting public opinion, carrying out
democratic supervision and commenting on governmental
policies", which complies with the CPPCC charter.

Democratic Party founder chairman Mr. Martin Lee Chu-ming
criticized Yu Zhengsheng for saying, "the CPPCC members
shouldn't openly express opposition voices."

This is admitting to all Hong Kong people that the CPPCC's
public statements are not true words from members' hearts,
and hence the CPPCC will lack public credibility in the future.

Interview/YiRu Edit/ShangYan Post-Production/JianMing
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