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Eric Li

Does China model herald a post-democratic future?

The contrast between the mindless partisan fighting in Washington and the smooth way that the changing of the guard is now going on in China has emboldened some people to assert that we have seen the global future and it is the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party.

Saturday, 9 March, 2013, 2:31am 2 comments

East and West - the twain often do meet

Many in the West have hidden behind the self-delusion of ... believing that, as China develops, it will inevitably and eventually adopt Western values that are billed as universal. These people need to realise that: rich or poor, powerful or weak, China will never become a liberal electoral democracy with market capitalism and the individual as the core unit of its society

8 Nov 2011 - 12:00am

Bill's passage wraps up job well done for outgoing legislator

Eric Li says the reforms enhance the profession's standing and competitiveness

GETTING THE regulatory reforms for the accountancy profession passed this year as planned was almost a miracle for outgoing legislator Eric Li Ka-cheung.

8 Sep 2004 - 12:00am

Slender majority seems set to pass bill

The government appears to be heading for a narrow victory in its fight to secure the civil service pay cut in Legco on Wednesday, with just four independent legislators yet to declare their voting intentions.

8 Jul 2002 - 12:00am

Sacking 'unsuitable'

It would not be appropriate for the Legislative Council to sack Gary Cheng if he was re-elected, said former lawmaker Eric Li Ka-cheung. But Mr Li - convenor of the so-called 'breakfast group' of non-affiliated members in the former legislature - said he would support an investigation by the new council.

30 Aug 2000 - 12:00am

Sacking 'unsuitable'

It would not be appropriate for the Legislative Council to sack Gary Cheng if he was re-elected, said former lawmaker Eric Li Ka-cheung. But Mr Li - convenor of the so-called 'breakfast group' of non-affiliated members in the former legislature - said he would support an investigation by the new council.

30 Aug 2000 - 12:00am

Sacking 'unsuitable'

It would not be appropriate for the Legislative Council to sack Gary Cheng if he was re-elected, said former lawmaker Eric Li Ka-cheung. But Mr Li - convenor of the so-called 'breakfast group' of non-affiliated members in the former legislature - said he would support an investigation by the new council.

30 Aug 2000 - 12:00am