Professor Lin Feng, a legal academic at City University compiled a separate chapter on Hong Kong in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' annual Blue Book on rule of law. Photo: Berton ChangProfessor Lin Feng, a legal academic at City University compiled a separate chapter on Hong Kong in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' annual Blue Book on rule of law. Photo: Berton Chang
Professor Lin Feng, a legal academic at City University compiled a separate chapter on Hong Kong in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' annual Blue Book on rule of law. Photo: Berton Chang

Beijing could veto Hong Kong chief executive candidates: official think tank

Mainland think tank includes separate chapter on HK in its annual Blue Book on rule of law for first time amid debate over chief executive poll

Professor Lin Feng, a legal academic at City University compiled a separate chapter on Hong Kong in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' annual Blue Book on rule of law. Photo: Berton ChangProfessor Lin Feng, a legal academic at City University compiled a separate chapter on Hong Kong in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' annual Blue Book on rule of law. Photo: Berton Chang
Professor Lin Feng, a legal academic at City University compiled a separate chapter on Hong Kong in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences' annual Blue Book on rule of law. Photo: Berton Chang
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