View Poll Results: What will happen to the Extradition Bill?

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  • Government withdraws the Bill

    2 10.53%
  • It is postponed for a few months

    6 31.58%
  • The Bill is passed as it is

    8 42.11%
  • A watered-down version is passed

    4 21.05%
  • The Bill is rejected by Legco

    0 0%
  • None of the above; please specify

    0 0%
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What will happen to the Extradition Bill?

  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile
    Having a bad morning TB?
    Quite the contrary - beautiful morning here, warm and clear. I took an hour out this morning to sit and read my emails in the park on the way to work instead of at my desk. Looking forward to the weekend already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile
    Having a bad morning TB?
    He's like that. Dont mind him

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    there is a possibility that "The Bill is rejected by Legco".

    Some of the so-called Pro-Beijing lawmakers are in fact pro-business: Liberal Party (4) and
    Business and Professionals Alliance (8). The business sector is overwhelmingly against the Bill, albeit discretely in order to stay in Beijing's good books.

    There are eight Independents, a few brave souls of whom may vote against the Bill as well.

    We will see.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBrit
    He's talking about the ones in HK. China has already nabbed a couple of Canadians in the mainland.
    You mean Chinese who have Canadian citizenship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MandM!
    You mean Chinese who have Canadian citizenship.
    No, I meant Canadians. The guys they nabbed were not Chinese.

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    The current state of bill looks pretty comprehensive in terms of procedural safe-guard, nothing much they can add i guess.. The issue is of Trust which they can not win from here onward no matter what additional safe-guard added.. On the other hand, caving into any additional demand will be a semi-victory for opponents and also loosing face so either bill will be passed as it is or
    As rumor hast it, if it was indeed initiated by Hello Kitty for whatever reason and only got Beijing's approval before going ahead, she might cave in and cancel/postpone it indefinitely with a somber face.. Basically all or nothing depending on how protest moves on..


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    Really seems they start to back down. First Chan, now Tien, this is no coincidence:

    https://twitter.com/anti_elab/status...18653579866112

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatts
    Really seems they start to back down. First Chan, now Tien, this is no coincidence:

    https://twitter.com/anti_elab/status...18653579866112
    Definite cracks. Lam will be fighting for her political life now.
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