The Reform of the Judicial Committee in China

Qun LIU

Abstract


The reform of the judicial power is the focus in judicial reform. As localized Committee, it has the de facto supreme judicial jurisdiction in court operations, which play the function of summing up trial experience and strengthening the important functions of trial democracy and trial supervision. And its abolition has become an important measure of judicial modernization and a way out under the background of judicial reform. This article considers the value of the Judicial Committee from the view of both advantages and disadvantages, and improves the relevant system.


Keywords


Judicial Committee; Dispute of retention and abolition; Transition scheme; Final scheme

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9734

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