Wing Kay Po

Wing Kay Po is a practising barrister in Hong Kong. She is a member of the Bar Council and chairman of the Bar's Special Committee on Constitutional Affairs and Human Rights.
Wing Kay Po
Wing Kay Po is a practising barrister in Hong Kong. She is a member of the Bar Council and chairman of the Bar's Special Committee on Constitutional Affairs and Human Rights.

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Opinion | Hong Kong ranks ahead of the US and France for its rule of law, but will the Victor Mallet visa case affect its standing?

Hong Kong has fared better than many jurisdictions in adhering to the rule of law. But the government’s unprecedented rejection of a journalist’s visa, following a thinly justified ban on a separatist party, does not bode well for the city.

9 Oct 2018 - 7:47PM
Hong Kong ranks ahead of the US and France for its rule of law, but will the Victor Mallet visa case affect its standing?

Hong Kong has fared better than many jurisdictions in adhering to the rule of law. But the government’s unprecedented rejection of a journalist’s visa, following a thinly justified ban on a separatist party, does not bode well for the city.

How China’s constitution ensured that the Basic Law remains pre-eminent in Hong Kong

The setting up of Hong Kong as a special administrative region under Article 3 of China’s constitution and the statements of officials at the time make it clear that in the territory, the Basic Law holds sway.

6 Aug 2018 - 6:06AM
How China’s constitution ensured that the Basic Law remains pre-eminent in Hong Kong

The setting up of Hong Kong as a special administrative region under Article 3 of China’s constitution and the statements of officials at the time make it clear that in the territory, the Basic Law holds sway.

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