Archiv für 'Recht'

China Rethinks the Death Penalty

Wednesday, 9.7.2014

Von Mara Hvistendahl. Quelle: NYT.

China hat jetzt einen obersten Umweltrichter

Monday, 7.7.2014

Nachtrag. “… Prozessanwälte hatten sich schon seit langem darüber beschwert, dass Klagen gegen Umweltsünder von den Lokalgerichten bisher häufig abgewiesen oder sogar ignoriert werden, da viele dieser Gerichte nicht unabhängig genug sind, um es beispielsweise mit großen Staatsunternehmen aufzunehmen …” Quelle:

China tries to lure new recruits to police with ‘film star’ campaign

Friday, 4.7.2014

Von Tom Phillips. Quelle: Telegraph.

The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection 中纪委, 中央纪委,中共中央纪律检查委员会

Thursday, 3.7.2014

Secretive agency leads most intense anti-corruption effort in modern Chinese history Von William Wan (WP). Vgl. 两位副国级落马,中纪委上半年“反腐答卷”的三点启示 (Renmin Wang) und 中纪委“打虎”80年:贺国强查办薄熙来案 ( Renwu).

Billigklamotten aus China: Primark findet Hilferufe in Kleidung merkwürdig

Friday, 27.6.2014

Von Heike Jahberg. Quelle: Tagesspiegel.

Judges ultimately answer to the Party

Tuesday, 17.6.2014

China aims to revamp justice system but Communist Party to retain control (Reuters)

Henan Court Rules For Non-Local Trial Of Administrative Cases

Thursday, 12.6.2014

Übersetzung von 河南高级人民法院关于行政案件异地管辖问题的规定(试行). Quelle: China Law Translate.

China ‘detains Chinese-Australian artist Guo Jian’

Monday, 2.6.2014

“… taken away … from his home in Songzhuang … triggered by his recent work on a Tiananmen-themed art installation …” Quelle: Yahoo/AFP.

China sentences 55 people in Xinjiang stadium

Thursday, 29.5.2014

Quelle: BBC

Verleger Yao Wentian 姚文田 (Yiu Mantin) zu zehn Jahren Gefängnis verurteilt

Wednesday, 21.5.2014

“… in Shenzhen festgehalten …” Quelle: Vgl. 民运人士紧急呼吁释放姚文田 (VOA).

Saks Fifth Ave. Shopper Finds Prison Laborer’s Secret Cry For ‘HELP’ Inside Shopping Bag

Wednesday, 30.4.2014

Von Serena Wilson. Quelle: Huffington Post.

China stops prominent rights lawyer [Mo Shaoping] from meeting German minister [Sigmar Gabriel]

Wednesday, 23.4.2014

“… defended China’s jailed Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Liu Xiaobo in his 2009 trial …” Von Ben Blanchard. Quelle: Reuters.

Angst vor der erwachenden Zivilgesellschaft

Tuesday, 15.4.2014

Von Kai Strittmatter. Quelle: SZ.

China will gängige Praxis beenden: Keine Organe mehr von Hingerichteten?

Sunday, 13.4.2014

Nachtrag. Von Ruth Kirchner. Quelle: ARD.

A stronger judiciary, more responsive people’s congresses, a more independent press

Friday, 11.4.2014

China’s future – Enter the Chinese NGO The Communist Party is giving more freedom to a revolutionary idea (The Economist).

China corruption plan: Punish those who expose it

Wednesday, 9.4.2014

Von Calum MacLeod. Quelle: USA Today.

Chinese law news, Qing Ming Festival edition

Tuesday, 8.4.2014

Blogeintrag von Donald Clarke.

What Is a “Legal Education Center” in China

Friday, 4.4.2014

Von Teng Biao. Quelle: China Change.

Public Opinion, Criminal Justice, and Incipient Popular Liberalism in China

Sunday, 23.3.2014

Von Joshua Rosenzweig. Quelle: The China Story.

The Life and Death of Cao Shunli (1961 — 2014)

Tuesday, 18.3.2014

Von Yaxue Cao. Quelle: China Change.

With legal reforms, China wants less interfering in cases, fewer death penalty crimes

Sunday, 9.3.2014

Von Sui-Lee Wee und Li Hui. Quelle: Reuters.

Red Lights Dim in China’s Sin City

Friday, 7.3.2014

China is undergoing the harshest anti-vice campaign the government has mounted in years (…). Von Edward Wong. Quelle: NYT.

Once hired, never fired?

Thursday, 6.3.2014

China Employment Contracts. The Basics on Probation. Von Dan Harris. Quelle: China Law Blog.

Beijing court accepts claim over forced WW2 labour

Thursday, 27.2.2014

Von Christopher Bodeen. Quelle: The Scotsman. Vgl. China steps up propaganda war on Japan “… plans to mark the ‘rape of Nanjing’ in new national holiday …”, “… attempt to make the Second World War a central theme of a presidential trip to Germany next month …” Von Tom Phillips (Telegraph).

Petitioners are frequently forced to go home

Wednesday, 26.2.2014

China stresses rule of law in reform of age-old petitions system (New Straits Time). Vgl. 中央出台规定解决信访问题:推行律师参与接访 ( Qingnian Bao).