The Ranking of the International Law in the Framework of “The Basic Law of the Macao SAR of the People's Republic of China” and the Introspection on the Perplexities of Fundamental Rights
It has long been a dispute to define the phrase – The subject of International Law – in spite of the evolution it has gone through for hundreds of year. The arguments on the status of the Roman Catholic Church clearly demonstrate the dispute. Some scholars believe that the Roman Catholic Church can stand on its own as a subject of International Law while others believe the opposite.
Whatever is the correct answer, we can conclude that the evaluation on the criterions for any organization or entity to be qualified as a subject of International Law itself is an important and inevitable issue in the study of International Law.
KeywordsLegal System Chief Executive State Council Foreign Affair Full Power
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