The paper examines and analyses in detail the current status of China’s electoral system reform and to predict on that basis the direction of its future development through discussion and analysis of the three kinds of electoral systems.
Governance and Policy
Civic Exchange commissioned the Hong Kong Transition Project, Hong Kong Baptist University, to conduct a public opinion survey on Hong Kong people’s attitudes on constitutional reform in Hong Kong.
This paper reviews possible consequences of a tax reform in Hong Kong, regarding the public demand for democracy.
This is an overview paper for the conference on Rule of Law Developments in China (including Hong Kong), 5-7 November 2005.
This paper will examine how the phenomenon of the PAP’s long reign in government and how its governing philosophy and its mode of working has become synonymous with the Singapore political system over the years.
This report documents the new policy direction Civic Exchange proposes to improve Hong Kong’s air quality.
Civic Exchange submitted its views and proposals on the methods for selecting the Chief Executive and for forming the Legislative Council in 2008.
The survey on issues related to constitutional reform was conducted 11-22 December 2004.
This report is part of a series of studies conducted by Civic Exchange on the functional constituencies in Hong Kong.
This report examines the economic cost of visibility impairment.