Commentary and Enlightenment on Supervision Thought of Sun Yat-sen

Yuxia LI

Abstract


Supervision thought of Sun Yat-sen is an important component among his theory of civil right doctrine and entire “three people” doctrine. His supervision thought offers us important lesson and enlightenment to our strengthening and perfecting power supervision mechanism and socialism nomocracy construction today. In this paper, the author introduced the content, analyzed advantages and disadvantages of his supervision thought and demonstrated the enlightenment to nomocracy construction in China today.


Keywords


Supervision; Independence; Authority; Democracy

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References


Liu, Y. H. (2004). Argumentation about supervision thought of Sun Yat-sen. Southeast Culture, (05), 63.

Sun Yat-sen (1956). Selections from Sun Yat-sen (pp.87 & 763). Beijing: People Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12152

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