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大陸委員會

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Q10: Amendments to Hong Kong's Fugitive Offenders Ordinance have seriously eroded the rule of law and human rights in Hong Kong. Does this mean that the "one country, two systems" totally lacks credibility?

A: "One country, two systems" promises that "Hong Kong will be governed by the Hong Kong people" with a "high degree of autonomy." However, since the handover of Hong Kong to mainland China, the CCP has constantly interfered with and obstructed the progress of universal suffrage in Hong Kong, as well as suppressed human rights and freedom. "One country, two systems" has steadily regressed and been curtailed. If the amendments to the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance pass, it will remove the firewall preventing the extradition of Hong Kong people to mainland China to stand trial. It will also seriously erode freedom, human rights, and the rule of law in Hong Kong. We therefore appeal to the people of Taiwan to learn from Hong Kong, be on high alert to the deceitful nature of the CCP regime, clearly recognize the ruse of "one country, two systems model for Taiwan," jointly defend the sovereignty of the ROC, and resist the CCP's insidious schemes.