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Author(s):
Giovanni Nicotera
01 Aug 2016
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4
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17,
Volume:
2016,
Issue:
11
Pages:
126–129
http://dx.doi.org/10.18356/1c006e4b-en

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The fourth plenum of the 18th Chinese Communist Party (CPC) Central Committee ended on 24 October 2014. For the first time in the history of China this important party session was devoted to the rule of law. Considering that the country is ruled according to the one-party system without separation of powers, the event has led many to hope that time has come for China to initiate her path toward constitutionalism and democracy.