No space for Hong Kong independence, China says

The Crusader Journal

BEIJING (Reuters) – There is no space for Hong Kong independence in the “one country, two systems” agreement under which Beijing governs the former British colony, but there can be tolerance for differences in their systems, a senior Chinese official said.

Chinese leaders are increasingly concerned about a fledgling independence movement in Hong Kong, which returned to mainland rule in 1997 with a promise of autonomy known as “one country, two systems”, and recent protests in the city.

The head of China’s Hong Kong Macau Affairs Office, Wang Guangya, told pro-Beijing Hong Kong magazine The Bauhinia that “under ‘one country, two systems’ there is absolutely no space for ‘Hong Kong independence'”, in comments carried in the ruling Communist Party’s People’s Daily on Saturday.

“Hong Kong is an inseparable part of the country, and in no situation is ‘Hong Kong independence’ allowed. This is a bottom line that cannot be touched…

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