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Tuesday, May 23, 2006 

Quote of the Day: Audrey Eu Hong Kong's Democracy

You gotta love Audrey Eu, house leader of the Civil Party for saying this:
"If the Hong Kong people feel that, well, democracy is something that is going to happen anyway, it is just a question of time, so let's wait for it and not incur the wrath of, or not upset, Beijing, then I think it will probably never come. Not in 50 years," she says. "We have a contradiction. People say they love democracy. But they don't respect political parties, and feel it undignified to get involved in the place where democracy grows."

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