Democracy and the Rule of Law in China is intended to make debates among prominent Chinese intellectuals and academics over issues of political, constitutional, and legal reform; modes of governance in urban and rural China; and culture and cultural policy available to English-language readers. The writers included in this book are individuals whose views have drawn some attention in the formulation of party and government policy, including the editor, Yu Keping, a prominent party intellectual and vice-director of the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau.The Issue of the Court System The establishment of the peoplea#39;s congresses and peoplea#39;s governments at various levels, from the ... at or above the county level shall oversee the work of the same-level peoplea#39;s governments, peoplea#39;s courts, and peoplea#39;s procuratorates. ... 15 The Chinese Constitution does not explicitly stipulate the autonomous judicial independence and constitutional reform 265.
|Title||:||Democracy and the Rule of Law in China|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2010|