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Chinese President promises to keep one country two system in Hong Kong

Tags: International Relations

Chinese President Xi Jingping who is on a visit to Hong Kong said that there is no need to change the “one country two system” in Hong Kong.

  • He was on a visit to Hong Kong to mark the 25th anniversary of the British handover of Hong Kong to China.
  • Every year, on 1 July, Hong Kong marks the day where it was returned from British to Chinese control.
  • He also swore in the new administrator of Hong Kong, John Lee on 1 July 2022.

What is Hong Kong Handover 

Britain first took over Hong Kong Island in 1842, after defeating China in the First Opium War.

Hong Kong developed rapidly under UK rule, becoming one of the world's major financial and business centers.

 It has a democratic system while China is a communist authoritarian country ruled by communist party with no democracy or free speech.

In 1984 an agreement was signed between Britain and China under which the control of Hong Kong was to be transferred to China from 1 July 1997.

One country two system 

China agreed to govern Hong Kong under the principle of "one country, two systems", where the city would enjoy "a high degree of autonomy, except in foreign and defence affairs" for the next 50 years (till 2047).

Hong Kong was to became a Special Administrative Region, and would retain certain freedoms, including:

  • an independent judiciary
  • multiple political parties
  • freedom of assembly and speech

Autonomy under threat 

  • However during the Xi Jingping rule, there has been erosion of Hong Kong autonomy and there has been a crackdown over political dissent and freedom of speech.
  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said that China had failed to meet its handover commitments.
  • Many fear that after 2047, Hong Kong will be integrated with China and its special status will be abolished.

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