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- Basic Law or basic law,1. a written statement of the fundamental organization of the government of a nation or state: »
[Yeltsin] convened a constitutional conference to draft a new Basic Law for Russia, which would enshrine a powerful new presidency and a much-weakened parliament (Jonathan Steele).2. the organization of the government of Hong Kong: »
[Patten] said his ideas did not contradict the Basic Law, China's stated plan for Hong Kong after 1997 (World Book Year Book).
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basic law — or basic law, 1. a written statement of the fundamental organization of the government of a nation or state: »[Yeltsin] convened a constitutional conference to draft a new Basic Law for Russia, which would enshrine a powerful new presidency and a … Useful english dictionary
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