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The Need to Protect RLR in China, the Factors in Favour, and Resolving Practical Concerns against It

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The worldwide development of the right to leave and return (RLR) alongside considerable changes in China, have laid a solid foundation to reform the regulatory framework governing RLR in China. This chapter examines why it is necessary to protect RLR in China, discusses the factors that favour its protection, and suggests the means of resolving some practical concerns that militate against reform. It explodes representative myths that form the justification for opposing reform of the regulatory framework governing RLR in China. The protection of RLR in China is not only a result of logical legal analysis but also of practical social demands. The protection of human rights in China cannot be divorced from the protection of RLR. The trends market economics, industrialisation and global integration within China define the need for China to open wider to the world, allowing much more free movement across its borders.

Keywords: China; global integration; human rights; industrialisation; market economics; regulatory framework; right to leave and return (RLR)



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