China S Infamous Death Penalty Record Is The Product Of Firm Party State Control As Policy Informs Capital Punishment By Courts A Quest For Leniency Eventually Ousted China S Strike Hard Policy, As The Party Directed Dialectic Swung From Kill Many For The First Two Decades Of China S Reform Era From The Early 1980s, Towards Kill Fewer From The Mid 2000s The Supreme People S Court Is Instrumental In Reform, With Regaining Its Gatekeeping Capacity To Review And Approve All Death Penalty Decisions 2007 , And Progressively Institutionalizing The Suspended Death Sentence In The Courts, Both Intrinsic To Today S Balancing Leniency And Severity Policy To The Ethos Of Kill Fewer This Book Details The Story.
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- 313 pages
- The Death Penalty in Contemporary China
- Susan Trevaskes
- 26 February 2018 Susan Trevaskes