Far Eastern Governments and Politics: China and Japan

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Appendices

CHINA
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2. 1. Far Eastern Chronology544
3. 2. Principles of Constitution ( Hsien-fa ta-kang), Promulgated by the Manchu Court on 27 August 1908545
4. 3. Provisional Constitution of the Republic of China ( Chung-hua min- kuo lin-shih yüeh-fa), Promulgated by the Council of Representatives of the Provisional Government on 11 March 1912547
5. 4. Provisional Constitution of the Republic of China for the Period of Political Tutelage (Chung-hua min-kuo hsün-chêng shih-ch'i yüeh-fa), Promulgated by the National Government of the Kuomintang on I June 1931551
6. 5. Constitution of the Republic of China ( Chung-hua min-kuo hsien-fa), Adopted by the National Assembly on 25 December 1946 and promulgated by the National Government on 1 January 1947557
7. 6. Organic Law of the Central People's Government of the People's Republic of China (Chung-hua jên-min kung-ho-kuo chung-yang jên-min chêng-fu tsu-chih-fa), Passed by the First Session of the Chinese People's Consultative Conference on 27 September 1949575
8. 20. Constitution of the People's Republic of China, Adopted by the First National People's Congress, 20 September 1954618

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