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Legal Developments Pertaining To Civil Organizations

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Laws and administrative regulations are the swaddling clothes in which civil organizations have been nurtured and raised. These swaddling clothes have nurtured China's civil organizations, guaranteeing their legality. As civil society's swaddling clothes, a legal system that does not change to meet the needs of the times would only restrain civil organizations' growth. Rapid growth on the part of civil organizations has represented a constant set of new demands for legal development. This chapter focuses mainly on four parts: the Constitution on citizens' basic freedoms, the main tenets of Organizational Law, the main tenets of Tax Law, and other relevant laws and regulations. While this review is a reflection on history, hopefully, it can also guide future efforts in legal development.

Keywords: China; civil organizations; Tax Law



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