Civil Liberties in Hong Kong

Civil Liberties in Hong Kong

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As the end of British sovereignty draws closer, the people of Hong Kong have begun to realise the extent to which English law has provided a framework for the protection of their civil liberties. This book examines how the law has protected various civil liberties as well as considering possible developments and reforms in the light of Hong Kong's changing constitutional status. Written by members of the Faculty of Law at the University of Hong Kong, it provides a timely analysis of the question of individual freedom in Hong Kong. Lawyers, students of law
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  • Paperback | 374 pages
  • 140 x 200 x 19.05mm | 469g
  • Quarry Bay, China
  • English
  • 019584212X
  • 9780195842128