|In China, the
term "legislation" means specially defined activities by a specially
appointed organ to work out, recognize and change laws and regulations
by using its designated rights, following certain procedures and applying
the necessary technique. China's current legislation system is one
for the division of legislative power, which has many levels existing
at the same time and is a combination of categories. It is under the
unified leadership of the central authorities but also enjoys a certain
degree of decentralization.
|China's legislation includes the legislation
of the National People's Congress and its Standing Committee, regulation
making by the State Council and its relevant departments, as well
as the legislation of ordinary localities, ethnic autonomous regions,
special economic zones and special administrative regions.