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Jul 17, 2022
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Recently, the pro-democracy group resigned. Tan Huizhu, the "Chinese protector of the law", said that if he is dissatisfied with the decision of the central government and resigns, the reasons are not sufficient . We checked one of the declassified British files about the situation affecting Hong Kong before and after the June 4th Movement (1989 FCO 40 2668 Student demonstrations in China: internal political situation) [2] . At that time, the internal discussion of the British Foreign Office revealed that Tan Huizhu was originally from Hong Kong. The first group of adversary pioneers who proposed to resign to express their position. At that time, on the eve of June 4th in 1989, the file photo background removing mentioned that Alan Paul, Director of the Hong Kong Department of the British Foreign Office, submitted a telegram assessment (DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINA: IMPACT ON HONG KONG) on the impact of the situation in China on Hong Kong on May 23 (DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINA: IMPACT ON HONG KONG). At that time, some Hong Kong members of the Basic Law drafting committee resigned one after another, and then Hong Kong member Li Zhuming even stated that if China became autocratic, it would quit, forming the same "general resignation" trend as it is today, and it was bound to be formulated for the year. The Basic Law brings about a constitutional crisis of confidence. 125327251_3586872391408808_1229303786190 Image provided by author At the same time, the British Foreign Office also received news of the report, and recalled that Tan Huizhu, who was also a member, had also said that she would consider resigning, and the reason for her resignation was that the Chinese government used force against the unarmed students (she would consider resigning if the Chinese authorities used force against the students), I wonder if Sister Zhu thinks this resignation reason is "sufficient" after 30 years?
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