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The Fourteenth Sino-Japanese Public Law Forum Held in Beijing

The Fourteenth Sino-Japanese Public Law Forum, sponsored by CASS Law Institute and organized by the Center for the Publicity of the Rule of Law and Public Law Research of CASS Law Institute and China Democracy and Law Press, was held at CASS Law Institute in Beijing on October 21, 2018. The forum took “the Jurisprudence of a Law-based State” as its theme and was attended by about 70 Chinese and Japanese legal scholars and experts.

The forum was divided into four units. In the first unit, “general theories of law-based state”, the participants discussed such issues as the current situation and tasks of the rule of law in Japan, ruling the country by law as the only path to the modernization of state governance, and the development of state legal person system in Japan; in the second unit, “law-based state and constitution”, the following issues were discussed: the revision of the Constitution and the advancement of constitutional review in China, differences between universal human rights and constitutional rights, the double-track system of implementation of the constitutional in China, and the regulation of the Internet aimed at protecting the minors in Japan; in the third unit, “law-based state and administrative law”,issues such as criteria for the judicial review of internal norms of administrative organs in Japan, welfare doctrine and supply administration in Japan, and administrative public interest litigation in China were discussed; and issues discussed in the fourth unit, “law-based state and democratic criminal law”, included the crime of dissemination of pornographic articles in Japan, legislation and theoretical development of risk criminal law in China, and a comparative study of legal protection of big datain China and Japan.