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BASIC LAW DRAFTING COMMITTEE (BLDC) [ Members ]
 
Name List, Report, Measures, Draft Basic Law
Views / Opinions
Plenary Meetings
Sub-groups
  Extended Meetings of the Chairmen of BLDC
  Sub-group on the Economy
  Sub-group on Education, Science, Technology, Culture, Sports and Religion
  Sub-group on the Basic Rights and Duties of Hong Kong Residents
  Working Party on General Provisions
  Sub-group on the Political System
  Sub-group on the Relationship between Central Authorities and HKSAR
 
BASIC LAW CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE (BLCC) [ Members ]
 
Plenary Meetings
Sub-groups
  Special Group on Finance, Business, and Economy
  Special Group on the Political Structure
  Special Group on Law
  Special Group on the Relationship between the Central Government and the SAR
  Special Group on External Affairs
  Special Group on Culture, Technology, Education and Religion
  Special Group on Business and Professional
  Special Group on the Structure of the Basic Law
  Special Group on Inhabitants' and other Persons' Rights, Freedom, Welfare, and Duties
 
NATIONAL PEOPLE'S CONGRESS (NPC)
 
NPCSC
NPC
Sub-groups
 
NPCSC
 
Sub-groups
 
PRELIMINARY WORKING COMMITTEE OF THE PREPARATORY COMMITTEE (PWCPC)
 
Plenary Meetings
Other documents
Sub-groups
  Economy Sub-group
  Social and Security Sub-group
  Political Sub-group
  Legal Sub-group
  Cultural Sub-group
 
PREPARATORY COMMITTEE (PC)
 
Plenary Meetings
Sub-groups
  Sub-group on the First Chief Executive
  Sub-group on the Selection Committee
  Sub-group on Law
  Sub-group on Celebration Activities
  Sub-group on the Economy
  Sub-group on the Method for the Formation of the First Legislative Council
  Sub-group on the Provisional Legislative Council
 
OTHERS
 
Other documents
Sub-groups
 
 
 
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Release 2.0 (December 2008)
 
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