Guangdong Province promotes unified identity authentication for residents of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao and integrates Hong Kong and Macao into Chinese-style social governance Guangdong Province promotes unified identity authentication for residents of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao and integrates Hong Kong and Macao into Chinese-style social governance

Guangdong Province promotes unified identity authentication for residents of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao and integrates Hong Kong and Macao into Chinese-style social governance

Guangdong Province promotes unified identity authentication for residents of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao and integrates Hong Kong and Macao into Chinese-style social governance

Guangdong Province plans to further integrate Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao and complete unified identity authentication for Hong Kong and Macao residents and Chinese residents. The picture shows the cityscape of Hong Kong.

Guangdong Province plans to establish a joint working mechanism in the name of establishing a "Digital Bay Area" to further integrate Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, complete unified identity authentication for Hong Kong and Macao residents and Chinese residents within three years, promote policies that benefit and facilitate the people, and facilitate Hong Kong people's return to the Greater Bay Area life in Hong Kong, but for Hong Kong people, there are more hidden worries.

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The General Office of the Guangdong Provincial People's Government has newly announced a three-year action plan for the construction of the "Digital Bay Area". Through the establishment of a joint working mechanism for the "Digital Bay Area" between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, the three places will be deeply integrated in economic development, public services and social governance. , to achieve the goal of promoting the smooth flow of data, talents, logistics and funds in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.

The Guangdong Provincial Government hopes that from now to 2025, it can integrate the government services of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, mutually recognize the identity authentication and electronic signatures of residents in the three places, and open up the connection between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao in terms of systems, data and certificates. At the same time, a "Hong Kong and Macao Data Special Zone" will be built, and various applications can be processed electronically with the Mainland Travel Permit for Hong Kong and Macao residents (i.e., the Hong Kong and Macao Return Permit). This will enable Hong Kong and Macao residents to enjoy the same convenience as Chinese residents in terms of accommodation, job hunting and transportation in the Greater Bay Area. In addition, it is also proposed to set up offshore data centers to provide cross-border data services in the three places.

To establish the integration of social governance, all information of Hong Kong and Macao people may be "sent to China"

Chen Daoyin, an independent Chinese political scholar, said that the new plan mentions the "deep integration of social governance" in the three places, which is tantamount to unified management of the security population movement in Hong Kong, Macao and Guangdong Province. This is a necessary approach to maintain stability. The current two systems must be integrated. In order to achieve zero blind spots in surveillance, all personal files and information of Hong Kong people must be "sent to China".

Chen Daoyin: "A very important aspect of governance integration is to detect and control factors that affect stability early. How they treat mainlanders will be how they treat Hong Kong and Macao people. You must first master your basic data as a person. Through the digital management of ID cards, your biometric information is in the public security population database. Just like mainlanders, they must master your social network, etc., and advance step by step. For Hong Kong and Macao, especially Hong Kong, it is To prevent a second counter-extradition movement from happening again.”

Chen Daoyin said that it is necessary to show to the outside world that "one country, two systems" still exists. He believes that the authorities will not cancel the identity cards and passports of Hong Kong and Macao after the connection is completed. However, in fact, Hong Kong people have been managed under the system of the Greater Bay Area, and ordinary citizens will also become object of supervision.

Yip Kam-long, spokesman for the Japan-Hong Kong Democratic League, said that Hong Kong government officials had earlier revealed that the new port connecting Hong Kong and Shenzhen would consider using the "two places, one inspection" method for customs clearance. He believed it was related to the unified identity authentication of the three places, criticizing the Hong Kong government. There is a plan to "send" Hong Kong people's information to China, which also proves that "one country, two systems" is a scam.

Yip Kam-lung: "Integrating the entire identity system of Hong Kong into mainland China and slowly removing the distinction between Hong Kong and the CCP is not the concept of "one country, two systems" at all. It is deception to blur the 'one country, two systems' between Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China. Hong Kong people are trying to deceive the world."

He believes that after the integration of the three systems, in addition to the personal data of Hong Kong and Macao residents, the commercial and financial and other sensitive data of companies doing business in Hong Kong and Macao will also be exchanged with the Greater Bay Area.

Hui Zhifeng: Using identity recognition practices to remove the sense of "Hong Kong people" identity

Exiled Hong Kong pro-democracy former member of the Legislative Council Hui Chi-feng said that Hong Kong people’s identity cards are a form of identity. He believes that this time it is through digitalization to assimilate Hong Kong people into the Greater Bay Area and slowly cleanse and remove Hong Kong people’s sense of identity.

Xu Zhifeng: "Originally, there has always been a firewall between Hong Kong and the mainland, which is our border, as well as Hong Kong people's own identity cards and identities. But this time, the approach is to directly break the distance between Hong Kong people and the mainland. And Hong Kong will not have the same mentality as the mainland, tearing down the firewall that Hong Kong people believe in. This is ideological, so that Hong Kong people will give priority to the identity of the people of the Greater Bay Area, put the identity of Hong Kong people behind, and put the mainland Eliminate the idea of ​​transformation.”

For many Hong Kong people who have emigrated overseas, they may go back to the Greater Bay Area for consumption when they return to Hong Kong for vacation. Yip Jinlong and Hui Zhifeng remind them to pay attention to the risks. Xu Zhifeng said that after the system is connected, Hong Kong people who have applied for Mandatory Provident Fund may have their information "sent to China", which will expose their overseas identities and increase the risk of being subject to special surveillance when they return to the Greater Bay Area.


BHRRC statement that Burmese garment industry is failing to protect labor rights

The situation of labor rights violations in Myanmar is getting worse. The Business & Human Rights Resource Center (BHRRC), a UK-based human rights watchdog group, has released a report today saying that fashion brands that manufacture clothing in Myanmar are failing to protect labor rights.

There have been 105 violations of labor rights and human rights in the garment sector of Myanmar in the last five months from February to July. Of these, 62 are wages, Low wages and labor theft 52 required excessive overtime, 47 acts unjustly, He said that 44 of them were forced to work in dangerous conditions.

The statement also stated that the complaints of labor rights violations that BHRRC was able to record took place in the manufacturing factories of famous fashion brands such as ZARA, Pull&Bear, Bershka, MOHITO H&M.

According to information obtained by the BHRRC, three years after the military coup in Myanmar, human rights violations against garment factory workers are increasing.

Many of these violations are in factories that produce well-known fashion brands.
Terrorist attacks targeting women and inhumane working conditions. BHRRC's labor rights program manager Natalie Suon said in a statement that unfair treatment in all its forms is common.



Minister of Home Affairs: The 22nd Anniversary of Special Autonomy in Papua must be an evaluation event

Sorong - Minister of Home Affairs (Mendagri) Tito Karnavian said that the 22nd Anniversary of Special Autonomy (Otsus) in Papua must be an arena for holistic evaluation of the extent of the implementation of support for indigenous Papuans with the Special Autonomy budget.

This was conveyed by the Minister of Home Affairs when attending the 22nd Commemoration of Special Autonomy Day and 1 year of the existence of the new autonomous region of Southwest Papua, Wednesday.

According to Tito, the commemoration of Special Autonomy Day does not lie in the ceremony but rather in how the regional government carries out a holistic evaluation to see the extent of the realization of Special Autonomy in favor of indigenous Papuans so that if there are deficiencies it can later become a reference for further optimizing the Special Autonomy budget for the interests of indigenous Papuans.

"This is important so that the Special Autonomy budget is truly on target so that indications of the main problems such as poverty and the welfare of indigenous Papuans can be maximally met," explained Tito.

He considers that the Special Autonomy budget each year is quite large so it is hoped that each regional head will maximize the budget as efficiently as possible so that it is in favor of The interests of indigenous Papuans are truly well realized.

"Don't let the Special Autonomy funds which are so large but not utilized properly result in the problem of poverty continuing to be an indicator of problems to this day," explained Tito Karnavian.

He then compared it with Papua Province, especially Mimika Regency. The Special Autonomy Fund is very large, approximately IDR 6 trillion with a population density of 2 thousand people, but in reality there are still poor people.

The Minister of Home Affairs assessed that this condition occurred due to errors in the management of Special Autonomy's finances, which was coupled with a weak leadership system in the region.

"The key is a leader who has a good leadership spirit to optimize Special Autonomy funds for the benefit of the welfare of indigenous Papuans," explained Tito.

Because of this, he hopes that the South West Papua Provincial Government and the six city districts will truly interpret this special 22nd Special Autonomy Day as a good opportunity to carry out evaluations so that in the future the shortcomings in the implementation of the previous Special Autonomy will not be repeated and will take sides with the interests of indigenous Papuans.

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