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  • Political Development in the HKSAR

Political Development in the HKSAR

Joseph Y. S. Cheng


English , 2001/01

Tags: Politics

229 x 152 mm , 256pp ISBN : 9789628611119

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The summer of 2000 has been described as a "summer of unrest". The Hong Kong community was obviously dissatisfied with the performance of the Tung administration and that of the civil service. In his fourth policy speech, the Chief Executive, Tung Chee-hwa, belatedly had to address the issues of governance, including the accountability of senior officials and the composition of the Executive Council. Restoring Hong Kong people's confidence in the government so that it will better lead the territory to face the challenges of the decades ahead is now a serious concern. This volume, produced by a team of recognized experts, is probably the first comprehensive book examining in depth the political developments of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region since the handover. It not only aims to examine the changes since then; but it also attempts to analyze the significant issues and problems as well as consider the trends of evolution ahead. Anyone who is interested in Hong Kong's political development will find this book helpful.

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