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Oliveira, Jorge Costa

One Country, Two Systems, Three Legal Orders - Perspectives of Evolution

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Table of contents

1. Evolution and Interaction of the Three Legal Systems: Romano-Germanic, Common Law, Socialist

1. The Intersection of Chinese Law and the Common Law in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong: Question of Technique or Politics?
Yash Ghai

2. Law of Things in the Macau Civil Code: An Extension of the Romano—Germanic System Built Upon the Classical Concept of Ownership
Tong Io Cheng

3. Legal Transplants and Economic Development: Civil Law Vs. Common Law?
Salvatore Mancuso

4. Modernisation, Westernisation, and Globalisation: Legal Transplant in China
Jianfu Chen

5. Comments
Hualing Fu

6. Comments
António Malheiro Magalhães

7. Scotland: The Constitutional Protection of a Mixed Legal System
Chris Himsworth

8. The South-Tyrol Autonomy in Italy
Senator Oskar Peterlini

9. The Europeanization of Law
Cristina Ferreira

10. The Notion of Reparations as a Restorative Justice Measure
Antonio Buti

11. Comments
Jorge Godinho

12. Comments
Zhenmin Wang

2. Evolution of the Judicial Systems — Role of Public Prosecution, Role of the Lawyers, Specialised Courts, Judicial Guarantees of Fundamental Rights

13. Lawyers, the Protection of Human Rights and Harmonious Society
Cui Feng

14. The Judicial Guarantees of Fundamental Rights in the Macau Legal System: A Parcours Under the Focus of Continuity and of Autonomy

Paulo Cardinal

15. Public Prosecution vis à vis the Protection of the Legal System and the Protection of Fundamental Human Rights
Gavin T. Shiu

16. International Criminal Procedure and the Protection of the Fundamental Rights of the Person
Wladimir Brito

17. Comments
José António Pinheiro Torres

18. Trend of Evolution of Chinese Mainland Prosecutorial System in the Context of Judicial Reform
Guo Lixin

19. The Role of the Ombudsman in Defending Human Rights
Ivo Donat Firmo Mineiro

20. Domestic and International Judicial Protection of Fundamental Rights: A Latin American Comparative Perspective
Jorge Ulises Carmona Tinoco

21. Fundamental Rights and Constitutional Limits and Constraints to the Police Action in the Criminal Procedure: Several Aspects in Some Juslusophony Systems
Jorge Carlos Fonseca

22. Comments
Stephen Kai-yi Wong

23. Comments
Zhu Lin

3. Autonomy — A Comparative Approach: Purpose, Origins, International Foundations, Structures, Financial Aspects, Evolution

24. Evolution of Autonomy and Federalism
Hans-Joachim Heintze

25. Autonomy Experiences in Europe — A Comparative Approach: Portugal, Spain and Italy
Fernando Domínguez García

26. French Overseas: New Caledonia and French Polynesia in the Framework of Asymmetrical Federalism and Shared Sovereignty
Jacques Ziller

27. The Development of Asymmetric Regionalism and the Principle of Autonomy in the New Constitutional Systems: A Comparative Approach
Giancarlo Rolla

28. Comments
Chris Himsworth

29. Decentralization and Structural Policies: The European Experience
Manuel Porto

30. Legal Foundations, Structures and Institutions of Autonomy in Comparative Law
Markku Suksi

31. Comments
Michael C. Davis

4. Autonomy Within the P.R. of China — S.A.R.s et alii; Purpose, Origins, Structures and Evolution

32. The Relationship Between Central and Local Governments Under the Unitary State System of China
Lok Wai Kin

33. Autonomous Legislative Power in Regional Ethnic Autonomy of the People's Republic of China: The Law and the Reality
Chunli Xia

34. Macao SAR Inter-Regional Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters1
Jorge Costa Oliveira

35. Comments
Dan Wei

5. Fundamental Rights and Interaction of the Legal Systems

36. The Ranking of the International Law in the Framework of “The Basic Law of the Macao SAR of the People's Republic of China” and the Introspection on the Perplexities of Fundamental Rights
Fong Man Chong

37. The Validity of the International Agreements of the Human Rights in the Juridical Order of the Special Administrative Region of Macau
António Malheiro Magalhães

38. Interpretation of the Basic Law by the Courts of the Macao SAR
Jorge Menezes

39. The General Regime of Fundamental Rights in the Basic Law and in the International Instruments
Vitalino Canas

40. Comments
Paulo Martins Chan

41. Fundamental Rights and the Basic Laws of the Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Regions
Simon NM Young

42. The Fundamental Rights in Macao
Jorge Bacelar Gouveia

43. Constitutionalism and Western Legal Traditions in Human Rights in Asian Legal Systems: With a Special Focus on Chinese Legal Systems
Jean-Pierre Cabestan

44. Comments
Arnaldo M. A. Gonçalves

45. Comments
Duarte Santos

46. The Autonomy of the Macau Special Administrative Region
J. J. Gomes Canotilho

47. The Theory, Constitution and Practice of Autonomy: The Case of Hong Kong
Albert H. Y. Chen

48. Interaction and Integration Between the Legal Systems of Hong Kong, Macao and Mainland China 50 Years After Their Return to China
Huang Jin

49. The Special Administrative Regions of the PRC in Comparison with Autonomous Regions Models
Marco Olivetti

50. Comments
Markku Suksi

51. Comments
Paulo Cardinal

52. Conference Final Comments
Markku Suksi

Keywords: Law, European Law/Public International Law, International & Foreign Law/Comparative Law, Political Science

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
843 pages
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783540685722

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