Jumpstarting the Hong Kong Bill of Rights in its second decade? The relevance of international and comparative jurisprudence
Introduction: When I look back on the first decade or so of the Hong Kong Bill of Rights, it is difficult not to feel a certain satisfaction at the developments since 1991, but at the same time I feel somewhat disheartened. There is no doubt that the advent of, and subsequent litigation and activism around, the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance and its international progenitor, the ICCPR (the latter in constitutional garb before and after 1997), has had a significant impact in many areas of...[Show more]
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