One Country Two Systems Series 28 (1/2012)
|Name of Publication:||"One Country, Two Systems" and Regional Civil and Commercial Judicial Assistance in China|
|Authors:||Song Xixiang, Zhuang Jinfeng et al.|
|Date of Publication:||February 2012|
This publication is one of the academic reports of "One Country, Two Systems" in 2012. The report proposed that, due to the increasing civil and commercial communications between the Mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, the number of inter-regional civil and commercial conflicts also increases. It thus creates a situation of "one country, two systems, three legal systems, four judicial regions" in China. Through studying the empirical cases of the mutual recognition and execution of civil and commercial judgments between the Mainland and Hong Kong and that between the Mainland and Macao, the authors conclude that: it is necessary to establish the mutual recognition and execution mechanisms of civil and commercial judgments between the Mainland, Hong Kong and Macao, as it helps to protect the fundamental rights of the residents. The existing mechanism needs to be improved. Three phases for the perfection are suggested: the first phase is the "arrangement" mode; the second phase is the "model law" mode; and the third phase is the "central legislation" mode.
One Country Two Systems Series 29 (02/2012)
|Name of Publication:||Constitutional Development and “One Country, Two Systems” Theoretical Exploration (Proceedings of the named academic conference)|
|Authors:||IEONG Wan Chong, and et al.|
|Date of Publication||November 2012|
The Academic Conference on “Constitutional Development and ‘One Country, Two Systems’ Theoretical Exploration” was held by the One Country Two Systems Research Center of the IPM in June 2012. The proceedings contain the 27 articles submitted to the conference. It is divided into 4 sections: (1) the “One Country, Two Systems” theory and the Basic Law, which elaborate the “One Country, Two Systems” theory and the correct understand of the Basic Law; (2) the Special Administrative Region System, which includes articles of some macro thinking about the SAR System as part of the basic political systems of China; (3) constitutional development and democratization, which is about some thoughts on the constitutional development of the Macao SAR; and (4) the relationship of law reform and legal construction. The proceedings provide new insights and updated information for the better understanding of the constitutional development of the Macao SAR and the “One Country, Two Systems” theoretical exploration.
One Country Two Systems Series 30 (3/2012)
|Name of Publication:||“One Country, Two Systems” Theory Exploration|
|Authors:||Ieong Wan Chong, Xu Chang, Wang Yu, Ji Chaoyuan, et al.|
|Date of Publication||July 2012|
This publication is one of the academic reports of “One Country, Two Systems” in 2012, completed by scholars of the One Country Two Systems Research Center, MPI. “One Country, Two Systems” is a theoretical innovation a nd institutional innovation. It is necessary for us to have a correct understanding and implementation of the theory and the Basic Law. In order to realize the exploration of the principle of the “One Country, Two Systems” policy, the authors work on a systematic analysis of the “One Country, Two Systems” policy, exploring its content and characteristics, its form and its basic construction. They also try to understand and analyze the policy from different disciplines and prospective. Then a thorough discussion on the following topics are carried out: the implementation of the “One Country, Two Systems” policy and the perfection of the national power structure, the logic of “One Country, Two Systems” as a basic national policy, the special administrative regional system, the Macau pattern of the “One Country, Two Systems” policy. It is hoped that, the report will be helpful for the systematic study of the “One Country, Two Systems” policy.
One Country Two Systems Series 31 (04/2012)
|Name of Publication:||A Study on Development Path of the Broadcasting Industry in Macao under the “One Country, Two Systems” Policy|
|Authors:||CHUANG Jiang and ZHANG Zixuan|
|Date of Publication||December 2012|
It is a research report from a new perspective to observe and analyze the social development in the Macao SAR. It investigates the historical evolution, the regular pattern, and the existing problems of the broadcasting industry in Macao. At the same time, possible suggestions for the future development of the broadcasting industry in Macao are proposed. It is believed that the cultural cooperation including the broadcasting collaboration between the Macao SAR and the Mainland is helpful to the sustainable development of the industry. The collaboration can also enhance Macao’s roles as the information platform of trade and economy between the Macao SAR and the Mainland, as the platform of communication between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries, and as an international movie-making base. This monograph has practical significance for getting more understanding Macao broadcasting development.
One Country Two Systems Series 32 (05/2012)
|Name of Publication:||The Image of the Macao SAR in the National Media of China|
|Authors:||SONG Yushu, CHA Canchang, LOU Shenghua and et al.|
|Date of Publication||December 2012|
It is one of the “One Country, Two Systems” research reports conducted in 2012. The authors investigate the image of the Macao SAR through analyzing the reports related to commemorating the anniversary of the return of Macao and that of the SAR establishment by the People’s Daily, the CCTV and other national media. The propaganda of Macao as the SAR practicing the “One Country, Two Systems” policy and that of its political, economic and culture image is carefully studies. This research is academically valuable because it helps readers to understand how the national media publicize the Macao SAR and how the national media act as the interacting platform between Macao and the nation.
One Country Two Systems Series 33 (06/2012)
|Name of Publication:||A Study on the Cooperation of Combating Bribery between Macao and the Mainland|
|Authors:||FAN Jianmin and et al.|
|Date of Publication||December 2012|
It is one of the “One Country, Two Systems” research reports conducted in 2012. Constructing a sunshine government and combating bribery is a practical issue faced by governments nowadays. The Macao SAR Government has enhances its strength in combating bribery ever since the establishment of the SAR. However, there is still a lack of related researches on the SAR’s cooperation with other places, especially with the Mainland, on the issue. The authors compare the similarities and the differences of the history of bribery, the specific legislations, law enforcement and jurisdiction between Macao and the Mainland, while analyzing the strengths and weaknesses in combating bribery in these two places. The report starts with the literature review of the bribery prevention theory in criminology. Then, with a number of case studies under the existing criminal legislation system and the judicial system, the authors conduct a comprehensive study of the cooperation of combating bribery between the two places, provide a viable mode of cooperation in the fight against bribery, and propose other suggestions of auxiliary measures.