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Electing Hong Kong’s Chief Executive

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SIMON N. M. YOUNG、RICHARD CULLEN
香港大學出版社
2010年5月01日
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* 規格:精裝 / 254頁 / 18K / 普級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
* 出版地:台灣




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  In 2007, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region held its first-ever contested election for Chief Executive, selected by 800 members of an Election Committee drawn from roughly 7% of the population. The outcome was a foregone conclusion, but the process allowed a pro-democracy legislator to obtain enough nominations to contest the election. The office of Chief Executive is as unique as the system used to fill the office, distinct from colonial governors and other leaders of Chinese provinces and municipalities. The head of the HKSAR enjoys greater autonomous powers, such as powers to nominate principal officials for Chinese appointment, pardon offenders and appoint judges. Despite its many anti-democratic features, the Election Committee has generated behavior typically associated with elections in leading capitalist democracies and has also gained prominence on the mainland as the vehicle for returning Hong Kong deputies to the National People’s Congress. This book reviews the history and development of the Election Committee (and its predecessor), discusses its ties to legislative assemblies in Hong Kong and Mainland China, and reflects on the future of the system.

作者簡介

Simon N. M. Young

  Simon N. M. Young is an associate professor and the director of the Centre of Comparative and Public Law in the Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong. His earlier work on the Hong Kong legislature was published in Functional Constituencies: A Unique Feature of the Hong Kong Legislative Council (Hong Kong University Press 2006). He is currently working on a book on Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal.

Richard Cullen

  Richard Cullen is a visiting professor and fellow at the Centre of Comparative and Public Law in the Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong. Previously he worked in the City University of Hong Kong and Monash University. His areas of research include comparative public law, public law, media law, and comparative tax law and policy. Most of his work over the last 20 years has been focused on Hong Kong and China.




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