Democratic Centralism and Administration in China
EditorHualing, F; Gillespie, J; Nicholson, P; Partlett, W
Source TitleSocialist Law in Socialist East Asia
PublisherCambridge University Press
University of Melbourne Author/sBiddulph, Sarah
AffiliationMelbourne Law School
CitationsBiddulph, S. (2018). Democratic Centralism and Administration in China. Hualing, F (Ed.). Gillespie, J (Ed.). Nicholson, P (Ed.). Partlett, W (Ed.). Socialist Law in Socialist East Asia, Socialist Law in Socialist East Asia, (1), pp.195-223. Cambridge University Press.
Access StatusOpen Access
ARC Grant codeARC/FT130100412
The decision issued by the fourth plenary session of the 18th Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP, or Party) in 2014 on Some Major Questions in Comprehensively Promoting Governing the Country According to Law (the 'Fourth Plenum Decision') reiterated the Party's determination to build a 'socialist rule of law system with Chinese characteristics. What does proclamation of the 'socialist' nature of China's version of rule of law mean, if anything? Development of a notion of socialist rule of law in China has included many apparently competing and often mutually inconsistent narratives and trends.
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