Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Johannes Chan Podcast on The Rule of Law in Hong Kong (Part One) (UPenn)

The Rule of Law in Hong Kong (Part One)
Johannes Chan
Podcast, Episode 20
Center for the Study of Contemporary China, 
University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences
15 June 2019
Description: Dramatic protests in Hong Kong this month, over a draft law that would permit extraditions to mainland China, underscore broader fears amongst Hong Kong residents that their city is losing its distinctive legal and political characteristics, that were supposedly to be preserved under Chinese rule, according to the principle of “One Country, Two Systems”. A critical juncture in Hong Kong’s fascinating history appears to be fast approaching, with ramifications extending far beyond the city itself. In this special two-part episode, Neysun Mahboubi discusses with Hong Kong University law professor, and former dean, Johannes Chan the development of Hong Kong’s hybrid legal system, before and after the British handover of Hong Kong to China in 1997, and the challenges now before it. The episode was recorded on April 6-7, 2019.  Click here to listent to the podcast.

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