More than three decades after the party first affirmed the importance of the rule of law, China must work harder to realise it. Photo: AFP More than three decades after the party first affirmed the importance of the rule of law, China must work harder to realise it. Photo: AFP
More than three decades after the party first affirmed the importance of the rule of law, China must work harder to realise it. Photo: AFP
Hu Shuli
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Hu Shuli

Party leaders' call to honour the spirit of China's constitution raises hope for change

Hu Shuli commends their proposed overhaul of the role of legislators, officials and the judiciary, in a bid to strengthen the rule of law

More than three decades after the party first affirmed the importance of the rule of law, China must work harder to realise it. Photo: AFP More than three decades after the party first affirmed the importance of the rule of law, China must work harder to realise it. Photo: AFP
More than three decades after the party first affirmed the importance of the rule of law, China must work harder to realise it. Photo: AFP
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Hu Shuli

Hu Shuli

Hu Shuli is editor-in-chief of Caixin Media Company, editor-in-chief of the weekly magazine Century Weekly, executive editor-in-chief of the monthly journal China Reform and dean of the School of Communication and Design at Sun Yat-sen University. She founded CAIJING magazine, a business and finance review, in 1998.