NUS Law Associate Professor Wang Jiangyu Envisages Three Possible Outcomes for Hong Kong’s Political Future

In the 17 June 2015 edition of Lianhe Zaobao , Associate Professor Wang Jiangyu, Deputy Director of the Centre for Asian Legal Studies (CALS), was featured in an interview about Hong Kong’s political reform and constitutional development. Assoc Prof Wang envisages three possible scenarios for Hong Kong’s political future in the wake of a meeting by Hong Kong’s lawmakers to debate the controversial political reform package put forward by the government. The report also highlighted a recent close-door workshop, “Occupy Central for Universal Suffrage: Constitutional Development and Political Reform in Hong Kong”, which was organised by CALS on 14 & 15 May 2015. According to the report, the workshop is an example on how Singapore’s unique position serves as a neutral platform for the exchange of views and dialogues between regional parties.

Lianhe Zaobao, 17 June 2015, Page 15.



 

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