Study on the Administrative Accountability System: From the Perspective of the Government Information Publicity

Zhiyuan XUE


The regulation of government information publicity has been implemented for more than seven years, the effect is not good. The administrative accountability system has failed to play its proper oversight role. Currently, this system has the difficulties of ineffective work of government information publicity, the poor effect of the external accountability and limited cases caused by the government information publicity in administrative accountability. Basic principles should include matching powers with responsibilities, making liability commensurate with mistakes, and sticking to objectivity and justice. At the same time, enhancing the legal awareness of both officials and the public, improving relevant legal system, strengthening administrative ethics construction and pay attention to the role of the external accountability subject will also contribute to the healthy operation of this system.


Government information; Information publicity; Administrative accountability

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