The Constitution of the People's Republic of China. Adopted by China Publications Centre China Publications Centre
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The current structure of the People's Republic of China was once followed in December 1982 by way of the 5th nationwide People's Congress. The 138 Articles released during this publication have constructed through the years because the founding of the Republic, and outline the elemental legislation of the country.
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The state organ concerned must deal with complaints, charges or exposures made by citizens in a responsible manner after ascertaining the facts. No one may suppress such complaints, charges and exposures, or retaliate against the citizens making them. 34 Citizens who have suffered losses through infringement of their civic rights by any state organ or functionary have the right to compensation in accordance with the law. ARTICLE 42 Citizens of the People's Republic of China have the right as well as the duty to work.
ARTICLE 45 Citizens of the People's Republic of China have the right to material assistance from the state and society when they are old, ill or disabled. The state develops the social insurance, social relief and 30 medical and health services that are required to enable citizens to enjoy this right. The state and society ensure the livelihood of disabled members of the armed forces, provide pensions to the families of martyrs and give preferential treatment to the families of military personnel.
38 Parents have the duty to rear and educate their minor children, and children who have come of age have the duty to support and assist their parents. Violation of the freedom of marriage is prohibited. Maltreatment of old people, women and children is prohibited. ARTICLE 50 The People's Republic of China protects the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese nationals residing abroad and protects the lawful rights and interests of returned overseas Chinese and of the family members of Chinese nationals residing abroad.