Apr 26
5:30 pm - 7:35 pm
CCL Talk: 八二憲法的基本原則、變遷及其保障機制 (The 1982 Constitution: Basic Principles, Evolution & Safeguard Mechanisms)

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The 1982 Constitution: Basic Principles, Evolution & Safeguard Mechanisms


日期時間 : 2024426 (星期五) 17:30 – 19:35

Date & Time: April 26, 2024 (Friday) 17:30 – 19:35

地點: 香港大學鄭裕彤教學樓11 學術會議室  (網上同步直播)

Venue: Academic Conference Room, 11/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower, The University of Hong Kong (Live via Zoom)


Language: Mandarin


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簡介 Abstract

八二憲法奠定了中國改革開放的正當性與合憲性基礎,凝聚了基於憲法的社會共識,塑造了人權、法治與市場經濟的國家形象。 本講座以八二憲法誕生的特定歷史背景與脈絡為基礎,從歷史、文本、解釋與社會變遷的視角探討中國共產黨與中國憲法構造、人民主權、人權保障、法治國家、權力制約與單一制的憲法基本原則,並討論如何維護憲法權威,有效落實憲法基本原則的相關學術與實踐命題。

The 1982 Constitution established the foundation for the legitimacy and constitutionality of China’s reform and opening up. It fostered social consensus grounded in the Constitution and shaped the nation’s image with regards to human rights, the rule of law, and a market economy. Set against the specific historical backdrop and context of the 1982 Constitution’s inception, this lecture delves into its basic principles. These principles include the Chinese Communist Party’s role, China’s constitutional structure, popular sovereignty, human rights protection, the rule of law, power checks and balances, and a unitary system. The lecture will examine these principles from historical, textual, interpretive, and societal change perspectives. Additionally, it will address both academic and practical propositions on upholding the Constitution’s authority and effectively implementing its basic principles.


講者 Speaker

韓大元,法學博士,現為中國人民大學法學院教授、中國人民大學一國兩制法律研究所所長兼任全國人大常委會香港基本法委員會委員、中國憲法學研究會名譽會長、全國港澳研究會副會長、國際憲法協會執委等。 他的主要研究領域包括中國憲法、比較憲法和港澳基本法。 韓大元教授著有多本學術著作,其中包括《亞洲立憲主義研究》、《憲法學基本原理》、《1954年憲法的制定過程》、《中國憲法學說史》、《憲法與基本法:歷史、文本與現實》等。

Dayuan HAN is a Professor of Law and the Director of the “One Country, Two Systems” Law Institute at Renmin University of China. He serves as a Member of the Hong Kong Basic Law Committee of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, Honorary President of the Chinese Constitutional Studies Association, and Vice President of the National Hong Kong and Macao Studies Association. Additionally, he is an Executive Committee Member of the International Constitution Association. His primary research areas include the Chinese Constitution, Comparative Constitution, and the Basic Laws of Hong Kong and Macao. Professor Han has authored numerous academic works, such as “Research on Asian Constitutionalism,” “Basic Principles of Constitutional Law,” “The Formulation Process of the 1954 Constitution,” “History of Chinese Constitutional Doctrines,” and “Constitution and Basic Law: History, Text, and Reality,” among others.

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