Law-Based Administration: The Key to Building a Rule of Law Government

Xiangrong FANG, Daojin SUN

Abstract


Law-based administration is a focal point as well as a difficult point in the implementation of the fundamental principle of governing the country according to the law; it is also a key point in the construction of a rule of law government. For administrative organs at all levels, properly practicing law-based administration is not only an inevitable requirement of the development of socialist democracy and leadership by the people but also a prerequisite to and basis of the building of a rule of law government and a harmonious society.

Keywords


Law-based administration; Supervisory mechanism; Law enforcement responsibility

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

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