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    Title: The Rule of Law in China and Taiwan-Toward ";One China, Better System"
    Authors: 陳長文;蘇詔勤;林耀煌
    Chen, C. V.;Su, Chao-Chin;Lin, Yong-Huang
    Keywords: cross-Strait rule of law;one China;better system;one China;two systems;legal reform;judicial review
    Date: 2010-12
    Issue Date: 2016-11-18 11:31:50 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper argues that Taiwan and China should sidestep the issue of what constitutes ”one China” and instead improve the rule of law in their respective areas, which could lead to a better system of government. One element of a better system is prosperity, which both sides are quite keen on. But the remaining two components-freedom and democracy-cannot be realized without rule of law. Sun Yat-sen's Three Stages of National Reconstruction offers a viable framework for the development o/the rule a/law on the two sides of the Taiwan Strait.
    The rule of law in China is, with a few notable differences, at a similar stage of development as it was in Taiwan under martial law. Such a difference in the two governments' legal development could derail their efforts toward closer ties.
    China has to overcome many challenges before it can undertake legal reform; however, there is reason to believe and hope that the development and maturation of its legal system will continue. Discussions centered around ”clean and efficient government and corporate governance” would help Taiwan and China take the first of many practical steps to accelerate cross-Strait exchange and relations.
    Relation: Issues & Studies,46(4),217-247
    Data Type: article
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