Government of Hong Kong

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Basic Law
Government
Chief Executive
    Donald Tsang
  Chief Secretary
      Henry Tang Ying-yen
  Financial Secretary
      John Tsang Chun-wah
  Secretary for Justice
      Wong Yan-lung
Executive Council
    Convenor: Leung Chun-yingGovernment structure
Political appointees
Accountability System
Legislative Council
   President: Jasper Tsang
   Geographical constituency
   Functional constituency
Elections
Political parties
   Pan-democracy camp
   Pro-Beijing camp
Judiciary
Court of Final Appeal
    Chief Justice: Geoffrey Ma
District Councils
Districts
Human rights
Foreign relations
Universal suffrage

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The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, commonly the Hong Kong Government, is led by the Chief Executive as head of government, who is also the head of the territory. The affairs of the Government are led by secretaries, who are nominated by the Chief Executive and appointed by the Central People's Government in Beijing. Under the "One Country, Two Systems" policy, Hong Kong has a high degree of autonomy. The Hong Kong Government, financially independent from the Government of the People's Republic of China, oversees the affairs of Hong Kong.

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