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organizations - Conflicts of law and recognition of judgments of Taiwan courts; 9. The Constitutional System of the People’s Republic of China Theory of socialist constitution - A brief history of Chinese Constitutional System - The PRC Constitution - Central Authorities of the PRC (NPC, NPCSC, State Council, Central Military Commission) - The role and organization of the Communist Party - Special Administrative Regions under Art 31 - Rights and legality - Sources of Law (Legislative Interpretation and Executive Interpretation) - The Judiciary, the Public Security Bureau and the Procuratorate - Review of the Judiciary - A Developing Constitution.
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36 Reading List for Hong Kong Constitutional Law *Georg Brunner, "The Functions of Communist Constitutions: An Analysis of Recent Constitutional Developments" (1977) 3 Rev. Soc. Law 121-153 *Johannes Chan, "The Jurisdiction and Legality of the Provisional Legislative Council" (1999) 27 HKLJ 374 *Johannes Chan, “Some Thoughts on Constitutional Reform in Hong Kong,” 34 (2004) HKLJ 1 *Johannes Chan, “Civil Liberties, Rule of Law and Human Rights: The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in its First Four Years in Lau Siu-kai (ed) The First Tung Chee-hwa Administration: The First Five Years of the HKSAR [Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, 2002] *Albert H. Chen “The Concept of ‘One Country Two Systems’ and its Application to Hong Kong” in C. Stephen Hsu (ed.) Understanding China’s Legal System: Essays in Honor of Jerome A. Cohen (New York: New York University Press, 2003) *Albert Chen, "The Concept of Justiciability and the Jurisdiction of the Hong Kong Courts" (1997) 27 HKLJ 387 *Albert Chen, "The interpretation of the Basic law - common law and Mainland Chinese perspectives" (2000) 30 HKLJ 380 *Albert H. Y. Chen “The Constitutional Controversy in Hong Kong Spring 2004,” 34 (2004) HKLJ 215 *Chen, Fu & Ghai (ed) Hong Kong' s Constitutional Debate: Conflict over Interpretation (2000) *Yash Ghai, Hong Kong' s New Constitutional Order: The Resumption of Chinese Sovereignty and the Basic Law (2nd ed. 1999) *Hurst Hannum and Richard B. Lillich, "The Concept of Autonomy in International Law" in Dinstein (ed.), Models of Autonomy (1981) *Ma Ngok, “Executive-Legislative Relations: Assessing Legislative Influence in an Executive-Dominant System” in Lau Siu-Kai (ed) The First Tung Chee-hwa Administration: The First Five Years of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (The Chinese University Press, 2002) *S. de Smith, Constitutional and Administrative Law (7th ed. 1994), p3-13, * Nwabueze, Constitutionalism in the Emergent States (1973), Chapter 1 *Benny Tai Yiu-ting, “The Development of Constitutionalism in Hong Kong” in Raymond Wacks, The New Legal Order in Hong Kong (1999)
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37 *Benny Y. T. Tai, “Chapter One of Hong Kong' s New Constitution: Constitutional Positioning and Repositioning” in Ming Chan and Alvin Y. So (ed.) Crisis and Transformation in China' s Hong Kong (M.E. Sharpe, 2002) *Benny Tai, "One country two systems: the two perspectives" (2002) Macau Law Journal (Special Issue) 143-163 Sources The Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (1990) Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Future of Hong Kong (1984)
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