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Hong Kong and Autonomy under One Country Two Systems.
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In 1984, the joint declaration was signed by the Governments of People's Republic of China ("PRC") and The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, jointly, indicating the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997 is finally settled. Deng Xiaoping, The former Leader of PRC who decided the One Country Two System, promised that the capitalism system and way of life of Hong Kong shall remain unchanged for 50 years; this promise was incorporated into the Basic Law and symbolized the implementation of high degree of autonomy in Hong Kong.
To assess the degree of autonomy in Hong Kong, the importance of core values of Hong Kong must be mentioned. But first of all, we should start the discussion from the method of selecting the head of this system, the Chief Executive ("CE"), as Hong Kong has an executive-led government.
The Free Will of Chief Executive of HKSAR
As stated in the Basic Law, the CE of Hong Kong should be nominated and elected by a broadly representative nominating committee, the Election Committee. According to a survey conducted by "CE Election Monitor" in 2011, there were about 70% of Hong Kong Citizens have no idea
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