【禁闻】澳媒:梁振英收五千万港元秘密报酬

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【新唐人2014年10月09日讯】澳媒梁振英收五千万港元秘密报酬

在香港市民争取民主普选而与港府紧张对峙的时候,香港行政长官梁振英突然被外媒爆出丑闻,引起舆论哗然。

10月8号,澳洲媒体Fairfax Media以“香港特首梁振英面对澳洲企业支付700万澳元秘密款项的质疑”为题,披露梁振英在上任前,曾收取一家澳洲上市公司高达5000万港元的秘密报酬。

报导说,2011年12月澳洲公司UGL收购梁振英担任要职的“戴德梁行”时,曾秘密支付梁5000万港元的报酬,用以换取梁振英在顾问服务、协助挽留员工、不作竞争等方面的合作。

据报导,这笔款项从收购款中扣除,但是,“戴德梁行”的高层对此并不知情。

报导还披露,UGL是在2012年和2013年梁振英已经担任香港行政长官后,分两期向他支付的款项。

金正恩怎么了 全球媒体竞猜

与梁振英的丑闻一起被国际媒体聚焦的,还有朝鲜最高领导人金正恩的下落。

金正恩已经有一个多月没有在公开场合露面,导致有关他被推翻下台的传言甚嚣尘上,他到底是生病了、被废黜了、还是仅仅只是退居幕后暂时休整,各国传媒都纷纷发表文章,加以猜测评论。

美国《洛杉矶时报》报导说,由于金正恩未在9月25号召开的朝鲜最高人民会议上露面,朝鲜问题观察家们纷纷猜测他已经被一场宫廷政变废黜。

美国《华盛顿时报》的报导,也援引日本早稻田大学教授重村智计的话说,朝鲜最近禁止外地老百姓前往首都平壤,这一举动表明,那里不是发生了政变,就是政府察觉了针对朝鲜领导层的某种政变图谋。

香港占中继续 大陆狂抓声援者

港府与“学联”宣布10月10号就香港政改方案进行对话后,金钟、旺角和铜锣湾三个“占中”集会点,10月8号,依然还有示威者占据马路集会。这些坚守者对港府与“学联”的对话,并不抱希望,已经准备好长期在街头抗争。据香港《苹果日报》报导,一些人已经自备保暖物品,准备留守到冬天。

与此同时,大陆警方也在继续抓捕声援香港的大陆活动人士。据维权人士统计,截止到10月8号,已经有40多人被抓捕,其中包括十几名被刑事拘留的艺术家和媒体人。

编辑/周玉林

Australia Media: Leung Chun-ying Received Secret Pay-out
of $A 7 Million

In the moment of confrontation between Hong Kong people
and the government for democratic universal suffrage, Hong
Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying was exposed by an
investigation by Australian based Fairfax Media.

Foreign media covered the story causing
a uproar of public opinion.

On Oct. 8, Fairfax Media reported that Leung Chun-ying took
secret rewards from an Australian listed company before
assuming office as Hong Kong’s Chief Executive.

“Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying questioned
on $A dollar secret payment from Australian company”.

The report said that in December 2011 Australian company
UGL had quietly paid HK $ 50 million or $A 7 million to
Leung Chun-ying in return for his cooperation in consultancy
services.

He would help retain staff, and offer no competition when
UGL purchased DZT Holdings, a British company;

Leung Chun-ying served as a director of DTZ and chairman
of its Asia-Pac operations when he and fellow board members
appointed administrators to sell the company’s assets to UGL
for £76 million.

It seems DTZ executives didn’t know of the payout to Leung
Chun-ying as the money was deducted through the acquisition.

It’s also said that UGL paid by instalment in 2012 and 2013
when Leung Chun-ying served as Hong Kong Chief Executive.

Global Media Guess at What Happened to Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s whereabouts is being
focused on by global media.

It has been one month since Kim Jong-un’s disappearance
from public view.

The rumor he was toppled caused a great reaction.

The global media are guessing and commenting whether he
is sick, deposed or having a temporary break backstage.

US Los Angeles Times said Kim’s absence from the Sept. 25
gathering of the parliament fueled speculation by observers that
he has been deposed by a coup.

US Washington Times reported, North Korea has recently
banned travel to the capital city Pyongyang.

Analysts are of the opinion that this sort of action indicated
an attempted coup or that authorities have uncovered a plot.

Hong Kong Occupy Central Continues. Supporters are
Arrested in Mainland China

The Hong Kong government and Hong Kong Federation of
Students announced a dialogue agreement on Oct.10.

They will discuss the Hong Kong
political reform proposals.

On Oct .8, demonstrators still occupy three rally points;
Admiralty, Causeway Bay and Mong Kok.

These people have no hope for the dialogue and prepare to
struggle long term.

According to Hong Kong Apple Daily report, some people
have prepared warm stuff to stay until winter.

Meanwhile, mainland police continue to arrest the mainland
activists who support Hong Kong’s Occupy Central.

According to activist statistics, as of Oct. 8, over 40 people
have been arrested.

They include more than a dozen detained
artists and media people.

Edit/Zhou Yulin

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