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(From The Standard)
Byline: Cannix Yau
Chief Secretary for Administration Donald Tsang has rejected claims that Beijing's decision to rule out universal suffrage in 2007-08 has eroded the principle of ``one country, two systems''.
Hong Kong's high degree of autonomy also remains intact, he said.
Tsang was responding yesterday to comments by predecessor Anson Chan and the democratic camp following Monday's announcement by the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee. He said Hong Kong people have been enjoying these rights since 1997 and the principles embedded in the Basic Law have not been undermined ``even by the slightest …