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Title Judicial independence and the rule of law in Hong Kong / edited by Steve Tsang
Imprint Houdsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford, 2001
book jacket
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 人文社會聯圖  KNR169.7 J83 2001    AVAILABLE    30660400075045
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  340.11 J898 2001    AVAILABLE    30500101038878
Descript xvi, 208 pages ; 23 cm
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Series St. Antony's series
St. Antony's series (Palgrave (Firm))
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Commitment to the Rule of Law and Judicial Independence -- Steve Tsang. The Rule of Law and Criminal Justice in the Nineteenth Century -- Christopher Munn. Judicial Independence under the Basic Law -- Byron Weng. The National Security Factor: Putting Article 23 of the Basic Law in Perspective -- Hualing Fu. Individual and Institutional Independence of the Judiciary -- Peter Wesley-Smith. Prospect for the Due Process under Chinese Sovereignty -- Johannes Chan. Freedom of the Press and the Rule of Law -- Richard Cullen. Prospect for the Rule of Law: The Political Dimension -- Leo F. Goodstadt
"This book examines whether judical independence and the rule of law can survive in Hong Kong under Chinese sovereignty. It examines their protection under the Basic Law, the institutional and individual independence of the judiciary, and the maintenance of the due process and a free press. It also scrutinizes the threats from the need to accommodate national security and wider political concerns. The assessments are set in the context of a comparison with the early years of British rule, and based on developments int he two years following the handover."--DUST COVER
Subject Rule of law -- China -- Hong Kong
Judicial power -- China -- Hong Kong
Due process of law -- China -- Hong Kong
Alt Author Tsang, Steve Yui-Sang, 1959-
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