【禁闻】不利消息频传 梁振英下台加速?

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【新唐人2014年10月13日讯】继香港特首梁振英贪污丑闻传出之后,日前又有媒体发现,给梁振英巨款的公司,握有香港铁路公司合约。而中共国务院总理李克强在德国谈到占中时,与前一阵中共党媒的报导也大不相同。同时,香港占中团体向中共总书记习近平发出公开信,指称梁振英扭曲香港民意。观察认为,这些事件或许会加速梁振英下台

11号,美国《纽约时报》披露,向梁振英支付了数百万美元的澳大利亚UGL公司,握有与香港地铁系统的长期合约,为港铁120部车厢提供维护服务,而香港地铁公司70%的股权由政府持有,梁振英亲自任命的港铁公司主席,却又是UGL的董事,也是梁振英以前多年的同事。

香港公司治理专家戴维.韦伯认为,梁振英任命的港铁主席,同时在供应商及合作公司担任董事,非常不妥。外界也质疑,这里存在明显的利益冲突。

而在同一天,正在德国访问的中共国务院总理李克强首次就占中表态,强调一国两制,港人治港、高度自治的方针没有改变。外媒认为,李克强的态度,和前几天中共党媒杀气腾腾的态度比较,相对温和。而习近平在9月份接见香港富翁时也同样强调,一国两制没有改变。

时政评论员蓝述:“北京高层的意见是不一样的,江派掌握的宣传系,像刘云山这一票人,它的宣传手法和习李在很多方面是对立的。”

由于梁振英领导的港府一而再,再而三的拖延与学生对话。11号香港学联和学民思潮向习近平发出公开信,要求与北京当局直接对话。

信函表示,占中运动绝非颜色革命。如果北京具有自信,实在无须惧怕香港人民选出自己的行政长官。相反落实“真普选”,正是体现香港的高度自治。

同时,信函指出,当下的运动,香港在看,大陆在看,台湾在看,世界在看,众人皆期待习近平能正视问题,勿让一个贪腐官员梁振英摧毁一国两制,破坏长治久安,折损了习近平的“中国梦”。

学运参与者严敏华:“他(习近平)是国家主席嘛,理论上他有责任帮助香港实现民主化的嘛,为什么我们这一代就要把读书的时间去搞社会运动,现在参与政治的年龄越来越小。”

《亚洲新闻周刊》总监黄金秋:“这个事件继续再运转下去的话,对香港民主,对大陆政局都是不利的,我认为习近平是不希望香港动乱,他肯定会提出比江系更温和,更好的一种方案,当然这个方案第一步就是梁振英要下台,第二步可能会对普选和直选方面做一些调整。”

此外,公开信还批评,在近70万人表态,支持公民提名为政制改革方向的情况下,梁振英向中央谎称港人不同意改革立法会制度,无意废除功能组别,从而导致中共全国人大常委会颁布了有关决定。

因此,公开信表示,学界真诚尊重一国两制,认为香港问题香港解决,香港民意应受正视﹔港府必须负上扭曲民意的责任,促使人大撤回决议,让政改得以重回正轨。

黄金秋:“其实应该考虑更长远一点,因为现在对台湾已经造成很不利的影响,他们应该想一想,怎么样倒逼大陆改革,朝鲜一旦变天和韩国和好、和美国和好、中共也是挡不住的。”

香港《基本法》起草人-香港民主党创党主席李柱铭,11号表示,香港的情况已经发生变化,政府应该重新启动政改5步曲,来回应学生的善意。

采访编辑/刘惠 后制/萧宇

Leung Chun-ying Becomes Unfavorable News Target

The Australian engineering company who paid millions of
dollars to Leung Chun-ying has recently been found to hold
a contract with Hong Kong’s subway system.

And Chinese Communist Party (CCP) premier Li Keqiang
spoke in Germany about Hong Kong’s (HK) Occupy Central
in a different tone from the combative slant of the CCP media.

Meanwhile, protest organizers have issued an open letter to
CCP leader Xi Jinping, describing negative public opinion of
Leung Chun-ying in Hong Kong.

Observers say these events may lead Leung Chun-ying
to step down.

Australian UGL Ltd. who paid Leung Chun-ying millions of
dollars holds a longstanding contract to provide maintenance
for 120 train cars of HK’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR).

The city government has a 77 percent ownership in MTR,
and Leung Chun-ying appointed its chairman who is also
a board member at UGL, according to The New York Times.

David Webb, an expert on corporate governance in HK,
told NY Times, “It’s highly inappropriate for the government-
appointed chairman of the MTR to also be sitting on the board
of one of its suppliers and joint venture partners.”

Meanwhile, Li Keqiang talked about Occupy Central
for the first time while visiting Germany.

He stressed that the “one country two systems” rule
and the high autonomy policy have not changed.

Foreign media say Li’s attitude is relatively mild compared to
the combative attitudes of the CCP media a few days ago.

In his meeting with HK’s delegation of businessmen,
Xi emphasized that the one country two system policy stays.

Current affairs commentator Lan Su: “The views among
Beijing’s high-level leadership are different;
the propaganda department mastered by Jiang’s faction
such as Liu Yunshan has opposite practices from Xi and Li.”

Due to Leung Chun-ying’s government repeatedly delaying
their conversations with students, in the open letter to Xi,
the HK Federation of Students and activist group Scholarism
requested direct dialogue with Beijing.

The letter stated that, Occupy Central is definitely not
the color revolution and if Beijing has confidence,
there is no need to fear the people of Hong Kong
in electing their own chief executive, and that implementing
true universal suffrage shows a high degree of autonomy.

The letter also points out that Occupy Central is being closely
observed in HK, the mainland, Taiwan, and worldwide.

Everyone is expecting Xi Jinping to address the issue
and stop the corrupt leader Leung Chun-ying from destroying
the one country two systems policy, as it would undermine
stability and sacrifice Xi Jinping’s “China dream”.

Protest participant Yan Minhua: “He is the state leader,
so in theory, he is supposed to help HK achieve democracy,
but instead, our generation is forced to spend time on social
movements rather than studying; the age of participants
in politics is now getting younger.”

Asian Newsweek director Huang Jinqiu: “Any prolonging of
this situation will hurt HK’s democracy and the mainland’s
political situation.”

“I don’t think Xi Jinping would like to see the turmoil in HK,
and he has a more moderate measure than Jiang’s faction.”

“Of course, the first step is to have Leung Chun-ying
step down,; the second step could be some adjustments
to the universal suffrage and direct elections.”

After nearly 700,000 people voted in support of citizens’
nomination for political reform, the open letter criticized
Leung Chun-ying for lying and claimed that Hong Kongers
don’t agree with the reform of the Legislative Council,
and don’t intend to abolish the functional constituencies;
thus leading to the decision of the communist congress.

The open letter indicated that the academia sincerely respect
the one country two systems policy in HK, that the people
should resolve their country’s issues, and that public opinion
should be addressed; the HK government should be held
accountable for distorting public opinion.

The Congress was urged to withdraw the resolution,
so that political reform can be brought back on track.

Dixon Ming Sing, Associate professor of the Social Sciences
division at HK’s University of Science and Technology:
“Many HK people are not satisfied with the chief executive,
because he has created many crises.”

Huang Jinqiu: “Tthey should consider things a little further,
because it has created a very negative image to Taiwan;
they should think about how to bring reform to the mainland.

Once the North Korean regime is down and befriends
South Korea and the United States. The Communist Party
will not be able to stop it from happening.”

HK’s Basic Law Drafting Committee member Martin Lee
says that HK’s situation has changed, the government should
re-start political reform to respond to the students’ goodwill.

Interview & Edit/LiuHui Post-Production/Xiaoyu

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