The Legislative Council complex in Tamar, Admiralty, as seen through water barriers surrounding the building, on July 28. Photo: Nora TamThe Legislative Council complex in Tamar, Admiralty, as seen through water barriers surrounding the building, on July 28. Photo: Nora Tam
The Legislative Council complex in Tamar, Admiralty, as seen through water barriers surrounding the building, on July 28. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Hong Kong textbooks now get the balance right on separation of powers

  • True separation of powers goes beyond branches of government performing different functions. It implies equality of constitutional power
  • Hong Kong not only lacks this arrangement, but did not have it during the colonial period either

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
The Legislative Council complex in Tamar, Admiralty, as seen through water barriers surrounding the building, on July 28. Photo: Nora TamThe Legislative Council complex in Tamar, Admiralty, as seen through water barriers surrounding the building, on July 28. Photo: Nora Tam
The Legislative Council complex in Tamar, Admiralty, as seen through water barriers surrounding the building, on July 28. Photo: Nora Tam
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