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This chapter, in drawing together the conclusion of this book The Right to Leave and Return and Chinese Migration Law, recommends the means by which the Chinese regulatory framework governing RLR might be improved. It explains six recommendations focused on the design of a new unified migration law. The existing regulatory framework governing RLR is incapable of delivering adequate protection for people who exit and enter China. The recommendations in this chapter are based on the premise that the regulatory structure crushes the possibility of exiting and entering China for part of Chinese population; especially huaqiao, irregular Chinese migrants; and all Chinese dissidents who want to return. It has also been argued that these issues undermine the protection of human rights, stifle political and economic reform, and discourage the spirit of creativity and the promotion of international exchange.

Keywords: Chinese migration law; Chinese regulatory framework; international exchange; right to leave and return (RLR)



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