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    2014-09-03  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    HK to start universal suffrage

    The National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee made a decision on Sunday to grant universal suffrage* in the selection of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) chief executive on the basis of the nomination by a “broadly representative” committee.

    The decision was passed at the bi-monthly session of the NPC Standing Committee.

    

    Chui Sai-on elected Macao chief executive-designate

    Chui Sai-on was elected the fourth-term chief executive-designate of the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Sunday, pending* the approval by the Central Government.

    The incumbent* Chief Executive Chui won 380 votes from the 396 Election Committee members who attended the voting, winning the election with 95.96 percent of all votes, higher than the 95.27 percent in the previous ballot.

    

    China to allow overseas investors to set up hospitals

    China will allow overseas investors to wholly own hospitals in seven cities and provinces, further opening up the country’s fast-growing private hospital sector.

    Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and the provinces of Jiangsu, Fujian, Guangdong and Hainan will take part in the pilot test that was launched in July, the Ministry of Commerce said in a statement on August 27.

    

    Hospital staff go on strike

    More than 100 medical staff members in Yunnan Province went on strike on August 27, protesting patients’ violence against them.

    The workers at Yulong People’s Hospital held a banner* in front of the main building saying “severely punish people disrupting order at the hospital and bring peace back,” according to Shanghai Morning Post.

    The strike was triggered by an incident on August 25, in which the manager of the hospital was held by about 30 relatives of a patient who had undergone spinal surgery* there in 2012.(SD-Agencies)

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