World's Largest Encyclopedia On Your Mobile.


Macau Basic Law

The Basic Law of the Macau Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China is the [constitution] of [Macau] , replacing the [Estatuto Orgânico de Macau] , which was effective since 1976, on 20 December 1999.

In accordance with Article 31 of the [Constitution of the People's Republic of China] , Macau has special administrative region status, which provides constitutional guarantees for implementing the policy of " [one country, two systems] " and the constitutional basis for enacting the Basic Law of the [Macau Special Administrative Region] . The Macau Special Administrative Region is directly under the authority of the [central government of China] in [Beijing] , which controls the [foreign affairs] and [defense] of Macau but otherwise grants the region "a high degree of [autonomy] ." The Basic Law took force on 20 December 1999, and is to remain in effect for 50 years.

See also
- [Basic Law]
- [Hong Kong Basic Law]
- [Macau security law]

External links
- [Full text from Government Printing Bureau]
- [Full text from the University of Macau]

Weather Forecast for Mobile.


» WikiWAP Main.
Back to Top
Please help us, spread the word about: