The city initially developed as a mining city, and is currently undergoing technological upgradation and industrial transformation.
However, the fact that the Bill of Rights was enacted in the form of an Ordinance as a local primary legislation means that the Legislature can amend or repeal the Bill of Rights by an ordinary enactment through ordinary legislative procedure, subject to judicial review.
The section provides that it is an offence for a man to commit with another man otherwise in private.
Section 101 of the Criminal Procedure Ordinance Cap.
These subjects matter often found in judicial review proceedings in Hong Kong, a significant and noticeable feature of human rights protection framework in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Law Journal.