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At The New York Times, Cherie Chan reports on human rights lawyers’ concerns that proposed changes to China’s criminal law, which
The Party’s unveiling of its vision for a “Socialist rule of law” last fall, with its inauguration of an official Constitution
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The AP reports that China’s National People’s Congress is likely to roll back the country’s death penalty, abolishing it
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