Domestic Law Reforms in Post-Mao China

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INDEX
Abuse of rights, 103, 107n.29
ACFTU. See All-China Federation of Trade Unions
Administrative action, judicial review of, 6-7, 39, 53n.140
Administrative Adjudication Chambers, 276
Administrative law, 291n.2, 294n.24
Administrative Litigation Law (ALL; 1989)
administrative law prior to, 271-74, 291-95nn.3, 6, 8, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28, 30, 32, 34
basic provisions of, 276-87
cases accepted, 277-78, 298-99n.66
and Chinese Communist Party, 7, 24-25, 271, 274, 276, 278
court jurisdiction and refusal of cases, 284-85, 303nn.122, 123
decisions
limits on court-heard, 283-84, 302-3nn.106, 114
limits on court power to revise, 284
suspension of, 285-87
enactment of, 71, 88, 91-92n.40, 274-76
and fu yi process, 279-80, 300n.79
hearings, secrecy of, 285-87
judicial review
bureaucratic reform and, 270-90
conceptual uncertainities of, 282
limits on scope of, 282, 302n.101
potential obstacles to effective, 282-87
provisions supporting, 277-78
and National People's Congress, 272, 283, 284
parties to proceedings under, 278
procedural rules, 278-81, 299n.72
procuracy review, 285-87
and Supreme People's Court, 275, 289-90, 300n.83
tort actions, 281, 301nn.93, 95
Administrative reconsideration, 304n.141
See also Fu yi process
Agricultural reforms, 37
ALL. See Administrative Litigation Law
All-China Federation of Trade Unions (ACFTU), 86, 93n.71
Anti-Rightist Campaign ( 1957), 33, 261, 271
An Zhiwen, 90n.18
Arbitration, 39
Asia Watch, 55n.162
Bankruptcy Law ( 1987), 38, 64, 83, 88
"Basic law," 59, 83
Beijing Journalists' Association, 250
Bureaucracy, legal role of, 22, 25-28
Cao Zhi, 79
CASS. See Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
CCP. See Chinese Communist Party Censorship, 257-59
See also Freedom of expression
Central Document Number 8, 72, 73-74
Central Political-Legal Leading Group (CPLG), 60, 62-63, 89n.3, 90n.17, 276
Chen Pixian, 63, 74
Chen Xiaoping, 42, 54n.153
Chen Yun, 92n.48
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, 236
China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), 236-37
China International Maritime Arbitration Commission (CIMAC), 237
China Law Society, 275-76
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), 252
Chinese Communist Party (CCP), 3, 46-47nn.28, 29, 34, 106n.16
and Administrative Litigation Law, 7, 24-25, 271, 274, 276, 278

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