The rule of law in Hong Kong new generation//… I have observed in the younger generation, much deep awareness of the rule of law than the previous generation. Last week, I attended a forum organised by the young people themselves, there is a high school student he pulled over more than 10 students Forum. We talk about the relationship between rule of law and civil disobedience, was very enthusiastic.
Young people are not here to listen to what the experts speak about his own ideas, then do what all, but could think independently, critically organize the information received, upon reflection came to their own beliefs and values, to guide their behavior, and for the majority of the community. My impression is that most of them abide by the rule of law beyond the narrow thinking, and can jump to the limited powers and DaYi’s thought of rule of law. Therefore, I believe that in Hong Kong, a generation of rule of law in the growth of the new human being. In the years to come, they will be on Hong Kong’s rule of law governance of the development community as a whole, brings new weather. //
… After decades of hard work, the rule of law in Hong Kong can be said to be deeply rooted here. Starting from the 70 ‘s of the last century the establishment of the independent Commission against corruption said, by now almost all the Hong Kong people, even natives left, say unanimously that the rule of law in Hong Kong is very important, should not be damaged. But members have said the rule of law, is merely the basic rule of law, is to obey the law. To be law-abiding, not only are people abide by the law, more important is to have public power officials to abide by. In Chinese history, not be described as not a significant historical achievement. In the history of the Chinese people, law-abiding professionals, there must be people’s respect for the name of the blue sky.
This older generation in Hong Kong, is still very popular. This may be the outcome, but maybe the grief, although compliance is hard to come by, but had little further to ask people to implement and officials to comply with the law is “law”. These “laws” are allowed in the position they were supposed to suppress the people? Law say will reverse this deprives people of basic rights has reasonable cover coat it? These “laws” without fair procedures developed and fairly enforced?
These “laws” have to bring justice to the people what was the result? It is true that abide by the rule of law in Chinese society has been rewarding, but abide by the rule of law has become the rule of law to the limit of the rule of law and DaYi ideological obstacles when the rule of law, abide by the rule of law, a positive value is exceeded by its negative value.
… Thammasat essays of the Ming Pao Daily Newshttp://goo.gl/0cdWtc … Huang Zhaoda comic book the Crow Princess 06-Sept-2013 the Ming Pao (Translated by Bing
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