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Driving Factors of RLR in China

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To systematically explain the right to leave and return (RLR), as it exists in China, it is necessary to first analyse the motivations, or driving factors, behind RLR in China. This chapter concentrates on the common factors of politics, economics, culture and law. The political and legal factors are the foremost and most direct factors affecting RLR in China. The factors driving RLR in China exposes what is certainly the complex situation of China. For politics, the system of the multi-party cooperation and political consultation led by the Communist Party of China colours RLR with the protection of vested interests of the CPC, which dominates society in China. The origin of restrictions on exit and entry are easily traced to China’s experience as a member of the former communist bloc.

Keywords: China; driving factors; legal factor; political factor; right to leave and return (RLR)



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