Despite Regression, Leading Scholar Sees Hope for Rule of Law
March is the yearly conference season in Beijing, when delegates from around the country gather in the capital for the national congress and the political consultative conference. Legislating and reviewing government budgets are the usual highlights. This year, ahead of 18th National Congress of the Communist Party in which a leadership transition is expected, the question of achieving rule of law in China is in the spotlight.
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