For the Balance of Powers and Rights: Construction of the Rule of Law in China and the Rule of Soft Law
Item #: 1007145
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2021.
Series: CHINA LAW & SOCIETY LIBRARY
Subjects: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
This book collects Luo Haocai's thoughts and remarks about the construction of the rule of law in China throughout the years, including keynote speeches at the conferences, impromptu speeches in research and investigation, arrangements at work conferences and meditations after work. Divided into five parts—administrative law construction, basic theory of public law, soft law governance, face-to-face communication and calligraphy works—the book reflects the progress of China's rule of law construction in the past 30 years of reform and opening up, especially soft law governance to make up for the deficiency of hard law, and show the achievements of China's rule of law and political civilization construction.
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