Interpreting Hong Kong's Basic Law: The Struggle for Coherence
Covers law and politics of Hong Kong and its relations to Hong Kong. This book provides an understanding of approaches to constitutional law in the Mainland.
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|Library of Congress
||Political science, Democracy, Political science, Ethnology-Asia, Asia-Politics and government
||National Law: Textbooks & Study Guides
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This book fills the gap in the understanding of approaches to constitutional law in the Mainland.Within China studies, issues surrounding Greater China are of special interest. It covers law and politics of Hong Kong and its relations to Hong Kong, which makes the book appealing to a variety of disciplines.This book fills the gap in the understanding of approaches to constitutional law in the Mainland, and to allow comparison with the practices in Hong Kong and internationally.
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HUALING FU is Associate Professor of Law, University of Hong Kong. LISON HARRIS is Assistant Research Officer at the Centre for Comparative& Public Law, University of Hong Kong. SIMON YOUNG is Associate Professor; Deputy Director, Centre for Comparative and Public Law; and Co-Director, Asia-America Institute in Transnational Law at the University of Hong Kong.