Human rights in China and Hong Kong
Introduction: The legal protection of human rights in Mainland China differs very sharply from the legal protection of human rights in Hong Kong. The legal protection of human rights depends upon a variety of matters. They include a legal system under which a citizen has access to independent and impartial courts for the determination of his or her rights. Under such a system, judicial power is exercised by judges who have judicial independence. Absent such a system, there can be no secure...[Show more]
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