Sunday, March 30, 2014

Military courts in China: clearing the civil cases backlog

Susan Finder's Supreme People's Court Monitor has an extremely interesting post about efforts to clear the backlog of civil cases in the Chinese military court system. She writes:
The [People's Liberation Army] Military Court has issued regulations further specifying the jurisdiction of various levels of military courts, that have been summarized in the press but not made public.
We hope Ms. Finder continues her important work so the Chinese military legal system will become better understood than it currently is. Access to decisions of the military courts would be a big improvement.

1 comment:

  1. The following article on an official Chinese website provides an overview of Chinese military law, although slightly out of date: Capt. Paul Stempel recently published an article on the disciplinary aspects at:


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