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Executive power of the Chief Executive (14 Aug 2005)

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<p>Chief Executive Donald Tsang has issued an executive power to regulate the covert surveillance by law enforcement agencies. Bar Association and other bodies asserted that he has exceeded his powers. Was it right for the Chief Executive to issue the executive power and when should the legislation be in place to enforce that human right are not violated by government surveillance? Discuss these issues with Ian Wingfield (Law Officer of the Department of Justice), Philip Dykes (Chairman of the Bar Association) and Ronny Tong, (Legislator of the Article 45 Concern Group)</p>

Program: 
Newsline
Publish Date: 
Sunday, August 14, 2005
Station: 
ATV
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