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Until a few years ago, these characteristics of the Chinese legal system still formed part of a relatively homogeneous political, economic and social context, in which the role of the Party and the State was unquestioned and pivotal. Today the situation has changed and the lack of independence of the judiciary from the political has profound and harmful effects on the efﬁciency of the legal system as a whole. This phenomenon has particularly grave Great China: Towards the Year 2000 13 consequences on regionalist tendencies: even senior members of the Chinese judiciary have recognized the problem of local governments interfering in the activity of the people’s courts under their control and have condemned the protectionism accorded by many judges to local interests.