Constitutional Law in China (China Law) download epub
by Lin Feng
China will stay in the primary stage of socialism for a long period of time.
China will stay in the primary stage of socialism for a long period of time. The basic task of the nation is to concentrate its efforts on socialist modernization along the road of Chinese-style socialism. This Constitution affirms the achievements of the struggles of the Chinese people of all nationalities and defines the basic system and basic tasks of the state in legal form; it is the fundamental law of the state and has supreme legal authority. The people of all nationalities, all state organs, the armed forces, all political parties and public organizations and all enterprises and undertakings in the country must take the Constitution as the basic norm of conduct, and.
Administrative law in China was virtually non-existent before the economic reform era. Since the 1980s, China has constructed a new legal framework for administrative la. . Since the 1980s, China has constructed a new legal framework for administrative law, establishing control mechanisms for overseeing the bureaucracy and disciplinary committees for the Communist Party of China.
The China Law Reader is a one-of-a-kind, must-have book for anyone seeking to master Chinese legal and business documents
The China Law Reader is a one-of-a-kind, must-have book for anyone seeking to master Chinese legal and business documents. Modern Chinese can be difficult to learn, and the particular vocabulary and style of legal documents can seem all the more challenging because of the unique blend of legal jargon and literary style that defines them. With its extensive vocabulary lists and introductory material on how to read and interpret complex sentences, China Law Reader provides the tools necessary to master Chinese legal documents
This addition to the China Law Series offers a practical guide to the . Development of Chinese company law. Use of companies in the Chinese economic system.
The book gives explanations of the operations of the Shanghai and Shenzen Stock Exchanges, and provides translations of relevant legislation.
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Lin Feng (2000) Constitutional law in China. Sweet & Maxwell Asia, Hong KongGoogle Scholar. Mo Zhang (2010) The socialist legal system with chinese characteristics: China’s discourse for the rule of law and a bitter experience. com/abstract 1839461. Mote FW (2003) Imperial China. Harvard University Press, CambridgeGoogle Scholar. Pan Wei (2006) Towards a consultative rule of law regime in China. Cite this chapter as: Blasek K. (2015) Rule of Law in China. In: Rule of Law in China. SpringerBriefs in Law. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.
Discusses the various aspects of constitutional law in the PRC, including the differences in constitutional law between governments at provincial, autonomous region and SAR level. It looks at development, theory and principles of constitutional law, along with constitutional structure. ISBN13:9789626610510. Release Date:October 2000.
Law of the People's Republic of China. Law of the People's Republic of China, officially referred to as the Socialist legal system with Chinese characteristics, is the legal regime of China, with the separate legal traditions and systems of Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau. During the Maoist period (1949 - 1978), the government had a hostile attitude towards a formalized legal system, because Mao and the CCP "saw the law as creating constraints upon their power.