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  1. Business - Comment - LAI SEE

    Government sets example with illegal parking in Central

    Posted Nov 26th 2014, 04:55am by Howard Winn

    ... complains that this consistently low-level law breaking undermines the rule of law? Another reader, having observed the same area on another occasion, asked two nearby police officers: "Is ... developer that got a mention was Swire Properties Management, which received the facilities management award for its Island East project.   Beijing's smoking law There is no little interest ...

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    Ominous warnings over damage caused to protest-hit Hong Kong

    Posted Nov 20th 2014, 07:26am by Howard Winn

    ... is still important to the mainland in terms of trade finance and capital raising, but a diminution of the rule of law would hurt the city and the mainland. He concluded with the thought ...

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    One rule for the students, another rule for the rich

    Posted Nov 19th 2014, 04:05am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn So let's get this straight. If you obstruct the road as the occupiers have been doing for the past month or so, then that's illegal and subverts the rule of law, so ... Government Offices on Lower Albert Road. We have seen police spokesmen on television pontificating about "the rule of law". One of them was heard to say that he was concerned about ...

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    Big disconnect between Hong Kong occupiers and Communist Party

    Posted Nov 06th 2014, 06:08am by Howard Winn

    ... propelled by the US Federal Reserve's low interest rate policy. Hong Kong's attraction as a financial centre with a well-established rule of law, good infrastructure and so on has proved ...

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    Laura Cha joins CY Leung school of political analysis

    Posted Nov 01st 2014, 04:54am by Howard Winn

    ... on the board of a big US bank, her position would be very wobbly.   Rule of law We were interested to come across the following snippet on the government's website. "Police public relations branch Senior Superintendent Kong Man-keung says he is concerned about the 'law-breaking tendency' of the protests, adding that no one can be above the law." This will come ...

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    Government urged to keep umbrella movement records

    Posted Oct 30th 2014, 06:26am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn Archives Action Group has long campaigned for an archives law to enforce good record-keeping and archiving practices in Hong Kong. However, its campaign has fallen on deaf ears within the government despite criticism by the director of audit more than two years ago and the Ombudsman earlier this year. The criticism from both was damning and you would have thought highly ...

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    Trying to fake 'one country, two systems' won't work

    Posted Oct 09th 2014, 05:50am by Howard Winn

    ... represent the interests of Hong Kong people. However, under the terms of the Basic Law, the Chief Executive has a responsibility to Beijing and to Hong Kong, in that he is supposed to represent ... under the Basic Law," said Wong. And he felt that those involved- "people of conscience"- should resign. This is the dilemma for Beijing. It wants its own man in Hong Kong, ...

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    Police reluctant to enforce the law on Justice Drive

    Posted Sep 06th 2014, 05:37am by Howard Winn

    ... A reader reports a curious case on the subject of illegal car parking. He walks up Justice Drive every day and has noticed that there are always cars illegally parked on the slip road on the left opposite the Conrad Hotel. ...

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    CLSA's Chris Woods assesses death and markets

    Posted Sep 16th 2014, 03:23am by Howard Winn

    ... in the death of Thailand's ailing king. "If the king dies the market will go straight down," which he said is one good reason not to overweight the Thai stock market. "On the law ...

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    Is it so hard to turn Hong Kong's landfills into biofuels?

    Posted Sep 11th 2014, 06:02am by Howard Winn

    ... of its gross domestic product. Hong Kong has its problems, as we all know only too well, but it thrives despite the government and its disabilities. People still value its rule of law ...




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