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Jul 16, 2022
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Teng-Wu Chang (studied at National Tsing Hua University) November 12 is the opening of the 37th ASEAN Summit. Other East Asia Summit, ASEAN-US and ASEAN-China summits led by ASEAN will be held between November 12 and November 15 respectively. This year's summit has several highlights: South China Sea epidemic economy Great power wrestling . The first two items were discussed more at the 36th ASEAN Summit on June 26, while the third item received much attention after completing photo background removing the signing of RCEP at the recent summit. The fourth item, "great power struggle", was It is the pressure and challenge that ASEAN must face in the future under the current international political atmosphere. South China Sea Although ASEAN member states have some differences over the sovereignty claims of the South China Sea Islands, ASEAN member states have gradually moved towards "group-style" intervention in the South China Sea issue in recent years. The "Code of Conduct in the South China Sea" drafted by Vietnam and the Philippines in 1999 was approved by the ASEAN countries at the third ASEAN summit (although it was not agreed when negotiating with China), but since then the South China Sea issue has been handled in a "group way". It is also an ASEAN standard. Afterwards, the ASEAN took the "balance of great powers" as its direction, and through the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), it matched the position of the United States, Japan, India and other countries to support free navigation in the South China Sea. The cooperation promoted the internationalization of the South China Sea issue, and they were also able to arbitrate in the South China Sea. on an equal footing with China. The ASEAN has long realized that without the intervention of a major country like the United States, it is not strong enough to compete with China in the South China Sea.
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Jul 16, 2022
In Agriculture Forum
Hong Kong's Legislative Council re-election was originally scheduled to be held in September this year. It is expected that the pro-democracy faction may win another big victory after the District Council. However, the Hong Kong District Government announced that the election will be postponed for one year on the grounds of "epidemic prevention". year. However, many pro-democracy lawmakers believed that the postponement of the election was unjustifiable, and there was a debate on whether to resign. In the end, 3 lawmakers refused to extend their term, and the remaining 19 democratic lawmakers chose to stay in office, failing to “come photo background removing together.” fall". According to the BBC , on November 11, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, at the request of Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, made a resolution "requesting the Hong Kong government to immediately deprive any Legislative Council members who support Hong Kong independence." Therefore, four pro-democracy parliamentarians including Yang Yueqiao, Guo Rongkeng, Guo Jiaqi, and Liang Jichang were subject to DQ (Disqualification, disqualification). At this time, the remaining 15 democratic parliamentarians announced that they would "come up together" to follow up the general resignation, so by next year Before the re-election, almost 100% of pro-China pro-establishment members controlled the Legislative Council. Why do you say almost? Lianhe Daily reported that there were two non-establishment members who chose to stay, namely Zheng Songtai, a member of the Passionate Citizens Party, and Chen Peiran, a member without party membership. Zheng Songtai believes that the democrats have missed the best opportunity, and the general resignation is not very meaningful, and decided to stay in the system and continue to work hard. He was regarded as a non-establishment member and voted against the National Anthem Ordinance. He was also accused by the police of conspiracy or damage to property in the Legislative Council building for his involvement in the "July 1 conflict" in 2019. He was released on bail after the arrest, and still needs to return to the police station regularly to renew his bail. The so-called "July 1 conflict", also known as the July 1 occupation of the Legislative Council, has to start in April 2019.
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