“Problems” and “Answers” Faced by the Grassroots Governance of the CPC in Sudden Public Security Incidents: Thinking on the Prevention and Control of the COVID-19

Dingguo FENG


Grass roots governance is the basic unit of the national governance system. The level and effectiveness of grass-roots governance are closely related to the vital interests of the people. In COVID-19 prevention and control, the grass-roots level is in the “front line” of epidemic prevention and control, which has played a positive role in the phased victory of the COVID-19 prevention and control war. However, it also exposes the difficulties of human resources, serious deficiencies in the storage, supply and development of grass-roots risk management materials, and the lack of a mature grass-roots risk management mechanism. Therefore, we should strengthen the construction of the CPC’s grass-roots risk management team from the two aspects of “quality” and “quantity”, adjusts the supply of grass-roots risk management materials from the two perspectives of “open source” and “cost reduction”, and build a grass-roots risk management system from the two aspects of “long-term” and “effectiveness”. Build an effective emergency response mechanism for grass-roots organizations to respond to major public security incidents, and increase human resources, material support and mechanism assistance, so as to effectively improve the governance level of grass-roots organizations of the CPC to respond to major public security incidents and promote the modernization of grass-roots governance.


Major public security incidents; Grassroots governance; Realistic challenges; Countermeasures

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12804


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