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Name: Regulations governing Reconsideration of Administrative Measures
Country: China
Subject(s): General provisions; Human rights; Social security (general standards)
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1990-11-09
Entry into force:
Published on: China Daily Report, 1991-01-03, No. FBIS-CHI-90-002, pp. 20-25
ISN: CHN-1990-R-22023
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=22023&p_lang=en
Bibliography: China Daily Report, 1991-01-03, No. FBIS-CHI-90-002, pp. 20-25
Abstract/Citation: Regulations designed to safeguard and supervise administrative bodies, to prevent and rectify specific illegal or inappropriate administrative measures, and to protect the legitimate rights and interests of citizens and legal persons by providing that they may apply to administrative authorities for reconsideration of specific administrative measures considered to violate their legitimate rights and interests. The Regulations cover the scope of application for consideration, jurisdiction over reconsideration, reconsideration agencies, participants in reconsideration, petitions and acceptance, hearings and decisions, time limit and service of decisions, and legal responsabilities. They were promulgated by Decree No. 70, dated 1990/12/24 (published in FBIS-CHI-90-250 of 1990/12/28).

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