Beijing: A judicial delegation from the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong from China (HKSAR) concluded its four-day Visit to Beijing Friday.

The delegation, directed by Andrew Cheung Kui-Nung, Judge Justice of the Final Appeal Court of La Hgar, has been in Beijing for the invitation of Zhou Qiang, Chief Justice and President of the Popular Supreme Court ( SPC).

Visited the National Congress of the People (NPC) Standing Committee, SPC, the Supreme Popular Procuratorate, the Ministry of Justice, as well as the Office of Affairs of Hong Kong and Macau of the State Council . They also Visited the SPC Intellectual Property Court and the Beijing Internet Court.

During your Visit, the members of the delegation participated in the discussions with their continental peers on professional issues.

The SPC exchanges between the continental courts and the judicial power of Hncar, Zhou said as they met with the delegation, which he added that he expects the judicial power of Hensar carefully and with precision the Constitution, The Basic Law of HKSAR and the National Safety Law of the HSAR, and to fully implement the "Patriots that administer the Hong Kong principle".

Yang Zhenwu, the Secretary General of the PUN Standing Committee, also met with the delegation and informed Members on the country's system of the Congresses of People and the relevant decisions and legislative efforts. For the NPC and its Standing Committee on the main problems related to Hong Kong. They also discussed issues related to relevant systems and mechanisms related to basic law.

was the first Visit of Cheung to Beijing, since he assumed the office as justice justice of SAR final appeal court in January.

He said that the Visit improved the understanding of the SAR country, observing that he will lead the judicial authority of SAR to perform his duties and safeguard the constitutional order in HKSAR as prescribed by the Constitution and the Law Basic

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