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TitleA law unto themselves: the Chinese government has acknowledged that corruption in the judiciary is a serious problem
無法無天, 一手遮天: 張憲初分析中國法律之不足及改善之法
 
AuthorsZhang, XC
 
KeywordsLaw
 
Issue Date1998
 
PublisherButterworths Asia (HK). The Journal's web site is located at http://www.hk-lawyer.com/
 
CitationHong Kong Lawyer, 1998, v. Mar, p. 28-30
香港律師, 1998, v. Mar, p. 28-30 [How to Cite?]
 
AbstractThere is a continuing struggle between the demand of a market economy for judicial efficiency, impartiality, and professional conduct on the one hand, and the resistance of the traditional ideology to judicial reform, on the other. The current discipline campaign, as a temporary movement, will undoubtedly reduce the incidence of corruption scandals and result in the punishment of violators over a short period. The tougher job, nevertheless, is to reform the current system by introducing a supervisory scheme thai will deter and deal with abuses effectively in the long run. This will improve the quality of the entire judiciary and further develop true judicial independence in China. In terms of the big picture, the upgrading of judicial performance will not be achieved in isolation, but to a large degree, depend on the progress of the rule of law in China.
 
ISSN1464-6595
 
SSRN1810187
 
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