Date: 26 Sep 2020 (Saturday)
Time: 09:45am – 11:45am

This seminar will discuss some “big picture” questions surrounding the Hong Kong National Security Law (NSL) and “One Country, Two Systems”(OCTS). What are the scenarios or options the HKSAR faces in the post-NSL era? What should HK society and the central authorities do to reduce tension, restore confidence and narrow the gap in the political divide? Is Hong Kong stuck due to a “Basic Law design flaw” and, if so, what is the design flaw and what are the remedies or solutions? Panel members will discuss these issues of concern from constitutional, legal and political perspectives. Our aim is to stimulate and promote continuing discussion and dialogue.

Moderator 主持
• Hualing Fu 傅華伶
Dean, Warren Chan Professor of Human Rights and Responsibilities, HKU Faculty of Law

Speakers 講者:
• Xingzhong Yu 於興中
Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Professor in Chinese Law, Cornell Law School
• Jie Cheng 程潔
Associate Professor, Peter A. Allard School of Law, The University of British Columbia
• Yan Xiaojun 閻小駿
Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, HKU

Commentator 評議:
• Albert H.Y. Chen 陳弘毅
Cheng Chan Lan Yue Professor in Constitutional Law, HKU Faculty of Law
Member, the HK Basic Law Committee of the National People’s Congress Standing Committee