The Content of Fundamental and Other Constitutional Rights in Hong Kong
JUDICIAL REVIEW IN HONG KONG, R. Gordon, J. Mok, eds., LexisNexis, 2009
50 Pages Posted: 4 May 2011
Date Written: January 1, 2009
This chapter discusses the Hong Kong courts’ approach to determining the scope and content of constitutional rights in the Basic Law of Hong Kong when such rights are relied on by applications in judicial review proceedings. In particular, it looks at the courts’ approach to determining the scope and content of the freedom of expression; freedom of assembly; freedom of thought, conscience and religion; liberty of movement; and rights relating to access to justice.
Keywords: Judicial Review, Constitutional Law, Human Rights, Constitutional Rights, Constitution, Fundamental Rights, Administrative Law, Public Law
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