1988: Proposed to make the Commissioner of Criminal Prosecutions (DDP) independent from the Department of Justice. Due to concerns that the post-97s generation of the Department of Justice will favor the government's position, it is difficult to achieve the independence of the prosecution under the British practice, and try to build a firewall for the rule of law. 1990: It was proposed to amend Article 64 of the Basic Law and delete the second half of the article, in order not to limit the Chief Executive's responsibility to the Legislative Council to only four areas, which means that it should be more fully accountable to the Legislative Council.
1991: Improve the Committee system (Committee system), regularize and institutionalize the functions and rules of committees in the Legislative photo color correction services Council. 1991: The "Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance" was passed, followed by continuous revision of the colonial ordinances with excessive administrative power at that time, not only to protect human rights, but also to reduce the "legal resources" of the regulations to be misused by the executive. 1992: The Executive Council of the Legislative Council was divided, and non-official members could not serve as members of the two councils at the same time.
The Governor of Hong Kong ceased to be the chairman of the Legislative Council in 1993, in order to separate the powers and responsibilities of the two councils and check and balance each other. 1993: The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal will be established after the handover to reflect Hong Kong's independent final adjudication power. 119121572_3393272207435495_1602482851326 Image provided by author Even in the process of separation of powers, the British side was under pressure from the Chinese side, and many of the above proposals were dead, but at the same time, it saw the various efforts and attempts of the British side to promote the separation of powers at that time.