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Author: Qianfan Zhang
ISBN13: 978-1841137407
Title: The Constitution of China (Constitutional Systems of the World)
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Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Hart Publishing; UK ed. edition (August 1, 2012)
Pages: 318

The Constitution of China (Constitutional Systems of the World) by Qianfan Zhang

series Constitutional Systems of the World. The nine chapters are divided into three parts.

The Constitution of the People's Republic of China is nominally the supreme law within the People's Republic of China. The current version was adopted by the 5th National People's Congress on December 4, 1982, with further revisions in 1988, 1993, 1999, 2004 and 2018. Three previous state constitutions-those of 1954, 1975, and 1978-were superseded in turn. The Constitution is divided into five sections. They are the: Preamble. General Principles (Chapter 1).

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The nine chapters are divided into three parts

Malaysia's constitution was set at the independence of the Federation of Malaya in 1957 along the lines of the Westminster model. It should be compulsory reading for any student and scholar of Malaysian constitutional law and politics, as well as a necessary primer to anyone interested in Malaysian public law, society, and politics. Jaclyn L. Neo Singapore Journal of Legal Studies).

China is one of the countries with the longest histories in the world. The people of all nationalities in China have jointly created a splendid culture and have a glorious revolutionary tradition. Feudal China was gradually reduced after 1840 to a semi-colonial and semi-feudal country. The Chinese people waged wave upon wave of heroic struggles for national independence and liberation and for democracy and freedom. Great and earth-shaking historical changes have taken place in China in the 20th century. This united front will continue to be consolidated and developed. 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 nine chapters are divided into three parts. The second part (Chapters 3-6) introduces the institutional structure defined in the current.

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The Constitutional System. The Constitution is the fundamental law of the state. The existing Constitution was adopted for implementation by the 5th Session of the 5th National People’s Congress on December 4, 1982. Amendments were made to the Constitution respectively at the 1st Session of the 7th National People’s Congress on April 12, 1988, the 1st Session of the 8th National People’s Congress on March 29, 1993 and the 2nd Session of the 9th National People’s Congress on March 15, 1999. I. Major stipulations in the Constitution in regard to China’s political system. All individuals, political parties and social organizations must abide by the Constitution in all their actions and shall not be privileged to be above the Constitution or the law. All acts in violation of the Constitution and law must be investigated. The rule of law is practiced to build China into a socialist country with the rule of law.

This book on China's constitution and its tradition of constitutionalism is one of the first in the English language, and as such provides a much needed overview of China's constitutional history and present arrangements. The nine chapters are divided into three parts. The first part (Chapters 1 & 2) deals with China's constitutional history, its indigenous and Confucian antecedents, as well as the turbulent century which led up to the 1982 Constitution and the new order which this ushered in. The second chapter deals with the distinctive features of its current constitution. The second part (Chapters 3-6) introduces the institutional structure defined in the current constitution - the relationship between the Centre and the Regions, the role of the party and the role of the People's Congress, the meaning of the socialist rule of law, and the independence of the judiciary. The third part (Chapters 7-9) discusses the major developments in human rights and their deficiencies - the protection offered to life, liberty, property and equality, and at the same time the currently dormant areas of political and religious freedom. The book concludes with a chapter looking forward to the future of the People's Congress and Chinese constitutionalism. In sum, the book offers a readable account of the salient features of Chinese constitutional developments in all major areas.
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Written by a true subject expert who was born in China, raised during the Chinese culture revolution, and who had completed the graduate studies in both Physics and Government in the United States. His writing is aimed at both educating the public as well as improving the Chinese judicial system. He is passionate about the subject. And he has great compassion for the Chinese people.