This article discusses the biligualistic legal system in Macau. The discussion begins with the outline of the history of the Macanese bilingualism. The author then examines the crucial distinction between the language in the law and the law in the language. By analogy to European Community and other bilingual legal systems, this article identies the characteristic of Macanese mulitlingualism. This article concludes with suggestions about a new approach and the role of universities in resolving the matter.
|Numero di pagine||29|
|Rivista||TSINGHUA CHINA LAW REVIEW|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2012|