This book examines the learning curve of the People's Supreme Court of China as an expanding Chinese national institution that has played a key role in the struggle for the rule of law in China. Within the unity of state administration and the requirements of the constitution, the court has negotiated the changing tension between politics and law through improvising new formats of interpretation and supervision in response to the changing priorities of revolution and market reform.Several months later Hu wanted politically to energize the court system to meet the needs of the people. ... The US Congressional-Executive Commission on China regrets the Chinese systema#39;s inability to protect rights: aChinese courts do not have the power either to apply ... far exceeds that contemplated in the National Peoplea#39;s Congress Standing Committeea#39;s aResolution on Strengthening the Work ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||China's Supreme Court|
|Author||:||Ronald C. Keith, Zhiqiu Lin, Shumei Hou|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-10-23|