China’s Legal System provides an introduction to the metamorphosis of the legal system in China. The book starts with the developmental timeline of China’s legal system dating back to the establishment of the People’s Republic of China. Thereafter, the relations between the constitution and the nomocratic system of governance, the judiciary and the law enforcement system are explained. Legislative frameworks related to public administration, criminal law, civil law, commercial law, economic laws, social laws are described in the context of China’s current market-oriented economic reform. Legal supervision and services, legal education, and public education on legal concepts are touched on before ending with the current progress of aligning China’s domestic laws with international laws, and her signing of international conventions and treaties.
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This title is part of The Sinopedia Series that includes:
01. China’s Culture
02. China’s Diplomacy
03. China’s Economy
04. China’s Environment
05. China’s Ethnic Groups and Religions
06. China’s Geography
07. China’s History
08. China’s Legal System
09. China’s National Defense
10. China’s Political System
11. China’s Science, Technology, and Education
12. China’s Social Development
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