The CCP defends ‘One Country, Two Systems’: CS

Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung said on Sunday that not only did the Chinese Communist Party create the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ principle, it defends it.

He said the principle was established from a pragmatic standpoint, having fully considered the history and actual situation of Hong Kong.

The minister said the SAR’s return to the motherland is an important component of the Party’s 100 years of success, as the party has, for many years, nurtured the steady growth of the principle and cared for Hong Kong people’s well-being.

Cheung wrote on his weekly blog that he’s sure that the SAR can take flight again – provided people cherish the “stable and rational” situation achieved by Beijing’s enactment of the national security law for Hong Kong.

He added he was enlightened after attending a forum on Saturday as part of the party’s centenary celebrations.

“Without the Chinese Communist Party, there’s no China today. This is undisputed truth in history,” Cheung said.