Surgimiento de una constitución dual en una China transicional

  • Shucheng Wang City University of Hong Kong

Resumen

Dado el asombroso desarrollo económico en las recientes décadas, es difícil para las teorías tradicionales, tanto las comunistas como las liberales, reflejar la realidad exacta de reforma en China. Conceptos como “Constitución no escrita” o “Constitución vigente” han sido estudiados en el contexto de China. No obstante, estos conceptos occidentales no muestran una mirada holística de la Constitución de China, especialmente después de 1978. La constitución de China, centrada en el Partido Comunista y en el Estado, ha sido transformada en gran medida.

Este artículo va más allá de los enfoques liberales y discute que una constitución dual ha brotado en China, con la cual la Constitución de los partidos busca mantener el ritmo con el Estado. Específicamente, el partido ha intentado integrarse al Estado a través de convenciones políticas y de una auto-normalización. La constitución dual es única en el sentido de que parte del modelo de Mao Zedong, desviándose de la Unión Soviética y
dejando de seguir un enfoque formalista de los países occidentales para definir la naturaleza de una constitución. Esto sugiere que el status quo del régimen de China y de la dirección de su propia reforma constitucional puede ser aclarado entendiendo la evolución de la constitución dual.

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Biografía del autor/a

Shucheng Wang, City University of Hong Kong
Professor of law at City University of Hong Kong

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Wang, S. (2016). Surgimiento de una constitución dual en una China transicional. Revista Jurídica Piélagus, 15(1), 155-177. https://doi.org/10.25054/16576799.1293
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