Hong Kong Parliament Electoral Organizing Committee (HKPEOC) is a non-profit, non-partisan organization registered in Toronto formed by Hongkongers for Hongkongers. The EOC is dedicated to assisting all Hongkongers to establish a political body, by way of universal suffrage, the Hong Kong Parliament (HKP) that represents, unites and empowers Hongkongers all over the world.
This Electoral Organizing Committee is not the Hong Kong Parliament itself. Rather, it is an organization aiming at assisting all Hongkongers in establishing the Hong Kong Parliament by way of organizing the election.
Hong Kong Parliament Electoral Organizing Committee (HKPEOC) is committed to the following:
To ensure fairness and transparency of Hong Kong Parliament and its election.
To assist the elected members of the Hong Kong Parliament in carrying out their roles and functions.
To help Hongkongers establish the Hong Kong Parliament, in which all the elected members work together to formulate collectively, via well-established British Parliamentary procedures, the HK Parliament’s goals, plans and strategies; especially the New Constitutions as its first goal. At this stage, the EOC anticipates the future HKP might be able to achieve the following:
- Enhancement and empowerment of Hongkongers’ international front by reinforcing HKP’s legitimacy.
- Provision of a transparent and inclusive mechanism that checks and balances Hongkongers voices on the international front.
- Solidification and empowerment of Hongkongers internationally and thereby promote the identity of “Hongkonger” around the world.
Why Do Hongkongers Need Hong Kong Parliament?
The United Nations (UN) required all colonies to develop self-government. At that time, Hong Kong was on the list.
The Chinese government wanted HK for its own economic growth. The UK government agreed to initiate HK's ownership transfer without doing any consultation or organizing any universal suffrage for the Hongkongers to decide their fate.
The dark age was brought to Hong Kong and its citizens. The UK and the Chinese government signed the Sino-British Declaration. Between the end of the 1970s and 1997, there was a huge outflow of Hongkongers to other countries to escape from the tyrannical CCP.
July 1, while China celebrated owning HK, the misery of Hongkongers had just started. Although China had promised “50-year no change”, Hong Kong only got 5 years of peace. Then the CCP began to force the puppet HKSAR government to gradually prepare to introduce laws that restrict freedom of assembly and speech.
The CCP ordered the HKSAR government to reform the electoral system in order to prevent the pro-democratic camp from entering the LegCo. This triggered a series of sit-in assemble, which eventually evolved into the Umbrella Movement that ended with armed forces clearing the road with tear gas.
Exploiting a murder case in Taiwan, the CCP enforced the passing of the extradition law in HK. That first triggered legal professionals' immediate response, serious declaration and warning. However, the HKSAR government turned a blind eye, stimulating millions of Hongkongers to march throughout the months.
Followed by tear gas, rubber bullets firing and armed force beating demonstrators on June 12 are series of badge-covered armed force violence, real bullet shooting and CCP-backed triads beating citizens. With surrounding and clearing universities with thousand shots of tear gas. Hong Kong was doomed, just as on June 4, 1989, in Beijing.
The revolution ended in pain and silence. Under the National Security Law, information about the revolution ceased to spread. News agencies were swept by police, opposition political parties were wiped out.
In 2022, a group of Hongkongers announced to organize an international election to form the HKP.
The hope for all Hongkongers to cast their votes and form the Hong Kong Parliament.
Source: International Journal of Constitutional Law, Volume 5, Issue 3, July 2007, Pages 419–452
Self-determination is the EOC’s ultimate goal to set up this political entity for Hongkongers. All collaborators strive to take sovereignty back into their own hands guided by their strong belief in universal values to set up the HKP for Hongkongers inside and outside Hong Kong.
Since the 2019 Anti-Extradition Protests in Hong Kong, hundreds and thousands of pro-democracy protesting Hongkongers have demonstrated extraordinary virtues of bravery, perseverance, and resiliency against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The blood and sweat of those fearless protesters serve as a firm reminder that all of us must take action in safeguarding the fundamental values of freedom and democracy from the expansionist and aggressive behaviors of the CCP.
Despite political crackdowns and the increasingly authoritarian control that sweep across Hong Kong since the introduction of national security law, Hong Kong Parliament Electoral Organizing Committee believes that:
- Countless anonymous pro-democracy protesters are the main driving force of the democratic movement in Hong Kong.
- These pro-democracy protesters have imprinted an unwavering determination into the hearts and minds of every Hongkonger in resisting the tyrannical CCP regime. Hongkongers will fight for the liberation of Hong Kong regardless of geographic location, so the protesters’ sacrifice will not go in vain.
- The international community needs to be awakened to the growing threat of the tyrannical CCP in undermining Hong Kong’s universal values.
- Through a democratic mechanism, Hongkongers will be able to awaken and unite the democratic countries and its people, as everyone comes together to take concrete actions in resisting the burgeoning ambition and expansion of the tyrannical CCP regime while defending the universal values of freedom and democracy for humanity.
- The Hong Kong Parliament established after the “one person, one vote” election will be recognized by the international community and will represent Hong Kong people in fighting for their rights
Vision and Mission
Via a transparent, democratic and inclusive mechanism, EOC aims to empower and support Hongkongers in the establishment of Hong Kong Parliament (HKP) and assist the elected members in carrying out their roles and functions on this democratic and safe political platform.