Estatuto Orgânico de Macau

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The Estatuto Orgânico de Macau (abbreviated EOM; Portuguese for Organic Statute of Macau) was an organic statute that provided for government in Portuguese Macau. Approved on February 17, 1976, the Portuguese legislation reclassified Macau as a "Chinese territory under Portuguese administration" (território chinês sob administração portuguesa). On December 20, 1999, the Estatuto Orgânico was replaced by the Macau Basic Law, as the territory became a Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China.

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