Significant Step For Hong Kong
China's top legislature decided on August 31 to grant residents universal suffrage in the election of Hong Kong's chief executive on the basis of nomination by a "broadly representative" committee. This move marks a milestone in the development of Hong Kong's democratic governance and will lay a solid foundation for realizing the direct election of the chief executive.
A New Chapter for Democracy

According to the NPC decision, all eligible voters in the region will be able to have their say in who the chief executive for the HKSAR will be, while the existing system and voting procedures for the Legislative Council will remain unchanged

Full Story
Deng Xiaoping: Economist, Diplomat, Reformer
Deng Xiaoping's role as the father of reform in modern China is historically secure
Remembering A Reformer
Commemorating China's chief architect of reform and opening up inspires latest revisions
'One Country, Two Systems' and Many Nuances
Under the policy of "one country, two systems," the central authorities' overall jurisdiction does not contradict the HKSAR's high degree of autonomy, and neither of the two can be omitted
The Right Way to Succeed
A proper understanding of the central authority's policy is key to Hong Kong's development
- Full Text: The Practice of the 'One Country, Two Systems' Policy in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
- Full Text: NPC Decision on Universal Suffrage for HKSAR Chief Selection
- Full Text: Explanation of NPC's Draft Decision on HKSAR Chief Selection by Universal Suffrage
Related Reports  
- NPC & CPPCC Sessions 2014
- 35 Years of Reform and Opening Up (1978-2013)
- Third Plenary Session of 18th CPC Central Committee
- 18th CPC National Congress
- 10th Anniversary of Macao's Return to China
- 60th Anniversary of the People's Republic of China
- 10th Anniversary of HK's Return to China
Covers more
About BEIJINGREVIEW | About | Rss Feeds | Contact us | Advertising | Subscribe & Service | Make Beijing Review your homepage
Copyright Beijing Review All right reserved