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Beijing to deliberate on a bill concerning the Chief Executive selection method and Assembly

Beijing, China, 19 Dec – China ‘ s   top   legislature   will   deliberate   an   expository   bill   of   the   Macau   Basic   Law   as well   as   other   draft   laws   and   amendments   in   a   bimonthly   session   scheduled   for   later   this   month , a   statement   said . The   National   People ‘ s   Congress  ( NPC )  Standing   Committee   will   convene   […]

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:53 am

Beijing, China, 19 Dec – China ‘ s   top   legislature   will   deliberate   an   expository   bill   of   the   Macau   Basic   Law   as well   as   other   draft   laws   and   amendments   in   a   bimonthly   session   scheduled   for   later   this   month , a   statement   said .

The   National   People ‘ s   Congress  ( NPC )  Standing   Committee   will   convene   a   session   on December  26  to  31  in  Beijing ,  according   to   a   decision   made   at   Friday ‘ s   meeting   of   the chairman   and   vice   chairpersons   of   the   NPC   Standing   Committee ,  which   was   presided   over   by NPC   Standing   Committee   Chairman   Wu   Bangguo .

Legislators   will   consider   the   expository   bill   of   two   stipulations   of   the   Basic   Law   of   the   Macau Special   Administrative   Region  ( SAR )  regarding   the   method   for   the   selection   of   the   SAR ‘ s   Chief Executive   and   the   method   for   the   formation   of   the   SAR ‘ s   Legislative   Council ,  according   to   a statement   issued   by   the   NPC   Standing   Committee   after   the   meeting .  The   statement   provided no   details   of   the   expository   bill.

The Macau’s Chief Executive has sent a letter to the NPC standing committee seeking an interpretation of the MSAR Basic Law on how it should amend legislation of political reform. (MacauNews/Politics)

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 5:53 am

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