Constitutional Review in China: An Unaccomplished Project or a Mirage?

29 Pages Posted: 26 Aug 2010

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Guobin Zhu

School of Law, City University of Hong Kong

Date Written: May 25, 2010

Abstract

This essay will first trace how this system of constitutional review has been set up and evaluate its efficiency. Second, the essay will explore the development of constitutional review by courts in China by examining the Qi Yuling case and relevant judicial interpretations. Finally, the essay will discuss the theoretical development of the establishment of constitutional review in China, as well as comment on the major ideas and suggestions related to it.

Suggested Citation

Zhu, Guobin, Constitutional Review in China: An Unaccomplished Project or a Mirage? (May 25, 2010). Suffolk University Law Review, Vol. 43, No. 3, 2010, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1664949

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