The stake, which was designated as a "foreign agent" by the National Security Department of the police, received a letter from the Secretary for Security Deng Bingqiang earlier, stating that it is necessary to maintain national security, public safety and public order. The Winding-up and Miscellaneous Provisions Ordinance has the power to remove stakes from the company register, and the time limit for written representations expires today (24th).
The Stake issued a reply letter through the company secretary Tsai Yiu Cheong, stating that the Stake has been legally registered in Hong Kong and has been operating legally for more than 32 years. There is no clear and sufficient reason to claim that the existence of the Stake is endangering national security, public safety and public order. Any unreasonable allegations and arbitrary bans are violations of the protection of freedom of association.
The Stake stated that all the current Stake Standing Committee members have lost their personal freedom and are unable to meet to discuss this in a comprehensive manner. Therefore, it is difficult to respond to relevant issues in detail and point by point at this stage.
However, after consulting the legal opinions and the opinions of the Standing Committee, Cai Yaochang sorted out the reply letter and issued it this afternoon.
The letter stated that the stake does not agree with, nor does it accept the characterization of the stake made by the Commissioner of Police and the Secretary for Security. Any unreasonable allegations and arbitrary bans violate the freedom of association such as Articles 27 and 39 of the Basic Law. Assure.
The stake also stated that it is starting the dissolution process and the special meeting tomorrow will vote; if the relevant special resolution is passed, the stake will immediately enter the liquidation stage, which essentially means that the organization has been dissolved.
Stakes︱Zou Xingtong's firm opposition to the dissolution cited rumors that the memorial hall was installed with eavesdropping devices and no longer safe. Stakes︱Li Zhuoren and He Junren sent letters in prison to call for the initiative to dissolve the stakes: the best plan is to police the National Security Law to request deletion of the Internet The data stake has removed the website and the FB page of the stake: as required by the police to remove the original website, fb page, etc. from 10 pm in the evening Under investigation, dissolution, He Junren, withdrew from the stake, the Chinese Democracy Academy, and other 3 organizations, resigned from all posts, and all the members of the stake standing committee were arrested, and the June Fourth Memorial Hall was closed. 925 votes were disbanded. Need Cai Yaochang: equivalent to being disbanded