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Is There Any Election in China? - China Law in One Minute

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Yes, there are elections in China. 

Voters in China may elect deputies to primary people’s congresses. 

Primary people’s congresses may elect deputies to the people’s congresses at the next higher level. 

People's congresses at each level can elect their own leaders.

For more about China's election and congress, please read How Do Elections in China Work?

 

Reference:

Articles 49, 55 and 57 of the Election Law on the National People's Congress and Local People's Congress (2020)

 

Other articles you may also be interested in are as follows:

How Do Elections in China Work?

What is the Crime Rate in China?

How Many Crimes Are Punishable by Death in China?

What is the Court System Like in China?

What's Chinese Legal System? 

Does the Jury Exist in China?

What Are the Main Laws in China?

What is the Conviction Rate in China?

Does China Have Common Law? 

For more interesting posts about Chinese Law, please check China Law in One Minute.

 

 

Contributors: CJO Staff Contributors Team

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