XLooking at the current Hong Kong government's formal discussion on the separation of powers, it strengthens administrative centralization, which is in sharp contrast with the situation of separation of powers at that time, which means that the originally imperfect separation of powers will be further challenged. Note: The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office criticized some people for "enjoying the separation of powers" and turning Hong Kong into an independent political entity separated from the central government (7-8-2020, public news) References: 1985 FCO 40 1811.
Legislative Council (Powers and Privileges) photo color correction services Bill (Part A) 1986 FCO 40 1923 Constitutional development in Hong Kong 1988 FCO 40 2591 Prosecuting Authority 1990 FCO 40 2995 Future of Hong Kong_ exchanges with the Chinese on the Basic Law 1991 FCO 40/3189 Constitutional development in Hong Kong: role of the Legislative Council 1992 FCO 40 3567 Future of Hong Kong constitutional development 1993 FCO 40 4150 Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal The article is authorized to reprint, the title and content have been slightly modified, and the original can be seen on the author's Facebook .
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