The Modernization of Government Governance: Practice and Exploration of the Network Deliberative Democracy

Heng LI


At the Eighteenth National Congress of the CPC, the concept of “socialist deliberative democracy” is put forward for the first time. While, in the eighth session of the Fifth Plenary Session of the Central Committee of the CPC which has just ended, the buzzword “Internet +” is first written in the communique in this information age. “Internet +” strategy is to combine the Internet and all works of life in the traditional industry together through the use of Internet platform, information and communication technology to create a new ecology in the new field. In recent years, with the rapid development and wide application of the Internet, the Internet has enriched the content of socialist democratic consultation with its freedom, equality and inclusiveness and modern democratic consultation.


Internet; Socialist democracy; Citizen

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