An Analysis of Institutionalizing Petition System in China

Fei LIU

Abstract


The petition system in China is heading toward institutionalization, the core of which is to solve the petition problem within the framework of law so as to make the petition processing further standardized and predictable. Currently, there is no guiding law in the field of petition in China, which is why the petition system is not unified in different systems and regions across the country; nondisclosure and informality make petition into a vicious circle, which destroyed the consistency of law. The above problems need to be solved through the institutionalization of the petition system, which can break through the predicaments in petition, and provide a good opportunity to change the “one project one discussion” mode.


Keywords


Petition; Institutionalization; The optimization of public policy

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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