Legislative Council Of Hong Kong
|The Legislative Council Complex, from 2011|
|Name before 1997|
The Legislative Council or the LegCo is the unicameral legislature of Hong Kong.
Read more about Legislative Council Of Hong Kong: History, The Legislative Council Building, Powers and Functions, Membership Composition, President of The Legislative Council, Members of The Legislative Council, Procedures For Voting On Bills and Motions, Seating Arrangement, Officers of The Legislative Council
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