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Beijing legal experts to address loyalist lawmakers in Shenzhen seminars

Beijing legal experts to address loyalist lawmakers in Shenzhen seminars Basic Law Committee vice-chairman Zhang Rongshun is expected to speak at three of the seminars, slated for tomorrow, Tuesday and Wednesday in Shenzhen. This was confirmed by a host of Wednesday's seminar, One Country Two Systems Research … Read more on South China Morning Post (subscription)

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Lawmakers invited to Shenzhen for last-minute talks on 2017 election reform

Lawmakers invited to Shenzhen for last-minute talks on 2017 election reform All 70 lawmakers have been invited to meet senior Beijing officials in Shenzhen next Thursday in a last-ditch effort to narrow the gap on attitudes to reform for the 2017 chief executive election. Basic Law Committee chairman Li Fei would be at the … […]

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More Shenzhen lawmakers sign petition against Tuen Mun landfill expansion

More Shenzhen lawmakers sign petition against Tuen Mun landfill expansion … More than 50 additional Shenzhen lawmakers signed a petition against a proposed Hong Kong landfill expansion yesterday, after learning that Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin raised concerns about the project to Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor last … Read more on South China Morning Post

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Shenzhen lawmakers back fight against expansion of Tuen Mun landfill

Shenzhen lawmakers back fight against expansion of Tuen Mun landfill Nearly half of Shenzhen's lawmakers have signed a petition against Hong Kong's proposed Tuen Mun landfill expansion – an unprecedented protest that could strain cross-border ties. Shenzhen Municipal People's Congress deputy Yang Qin , a leading … Read more on South China Morning Post

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Shenzhen lawmakers back fight against expansion of Tuen Mun landfill

Shenzhen lawmakers back fight against expansion of Tuen Mun landfill Nearly half of Shenzhen's lawmakers have signed a petition against Hong Kong's proposed Tuen Mun landfill expansion – an unprecedented protest that could strain cross-border ties. Shenzhen Municipal People's Congress deputy Yang Qin , a leading … Read more on South China Morning Post

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