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Independent Candidates in Mainland China: Origin, Development, and Implications for China’s Democratization

This paper examines the origin and historical development of independent candidates in People’s Congress elections of mainland China. It discusses the motives and strategies of independent candidates, and how the Party-state copes with the growing independent candidate movement.

Journal Title: Asian survey 2013, Vol.53 (2), p.245-268
Main Author: Sun, Ying
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Publisher: University of California Press
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  • Electoral districts
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  • Legislative Bodies
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