View from here: Peak politics
Hong Kong's chief executive has resigned, sparking a battle over the interpretation of Hong Kong's constitution. Lawyers trained in the region's different legal systems are at loggerheads over how to resolve the problem. Dr Lin Feng and P Y Lo report
On 10 March, 2005, the Central People’s Government (CPG) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) accepted the resignation of Mr Tung Chee-hwa, the chief executive (CE) of Hong Kong.
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