In this episode of Legal Affairs, we invited Grenville Cross, Senior Counsel and former Director of Public Prosecutions of the HKSAR, to discuss four areas of legal reform that the new government should look into.
The first Chief Executive election of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region after the improvement of the electoral system was held successfully on May 8, with John Lee Ka-chiu winning the election.
The vaccination rate for COVID-19 vaccines among elderly citizens is still below expectation. In this episode of Legal Affairs, Lawrence Ma, Chairman of the Hong Kong Foundation for Legal Exchange, invites Dr. Vitus Leung, Deputy Director of the Hong Kong Auxiliary Medical Service, to analyze the reasons behind this and share his ideas to boost elderly vaccination rate in the city.
In this episode of Legal Affairs, Lawrence Ma, Chairman of the Hong Kong Foundation for Legal Exchange, invites Dr. Vitus Leung, Deputy Director of the Hong Kong Auxiliary Medical Service, to talk about the current situation of HK's fight against the epidemic and the significance behind the Central Government's important support for the SAR.
In this episode of Legal Affairs, Lawrence Ma, Chairman of the Hong Kong Foundation for Legal Exchange, invites Stephen Wong, former Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, to discuss the background of the PIPL and how it will affect individuals and businesses in HK.
Kwok Cheuk Kin, dubbed "the king of judicial review" in the local community, earlier filed a case in the Court of Final Appeal (CFA) to challenge the Small House Policy, claiming that it is discriminatory and does not fall under the "lawful traditional rights and interests of the indigenous inhabitants of the New Territories" as protected by Article 40 of the Basic Law.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China (MFA) earlier released a fact sheet about the U.S. interference in Hong Kong affairs and support for anti-China and destabilizing forces. It is no news that the U.S. has long interfered in HK affairs on the pretext of "freedom" and "human rights" in order to pursue its own political interests.
On September 19, the Election Committee (EC) polling was held in HK, and candidates were elected to fill the 1,500 seats of the new EC. Some Western politicians claim that the election was "just an event for a small bunch of people with pre-decided results," but is it really the case?