About the Civil Right to Resist

Chuang ZHANG


The right to defense within civil rights reflects the principle of fairness. It also provides a system to prevent the abuse of rights. In Administrative Law, the counterparty’s right to defense involves in the civil right to resist. The model of using a right to restrict the power conducts a feasibility of the existence and development of the right to resist. The improvement of this system is the ultimate way to achieve the right to resist.
Key words: The right to resist; The power constraint; Construction

Le droit de défense des droits civils énoncés dans le principe de droit civil de l'équité, mais aussi pour la prévention de l'abus de droit offrant une conception du système. En droit administratif, l'importance relative de direction à droite de la défense implique le droit des citoyens à résister. Le droit de restreindre du droit de résister à la puissance du modèle de l'existence et le développement de la faisabilité, l'amélioration du système est capable de résister à la bonne voie afin d’atteindre l'objectif ultime.
Mots clés: Résistance au pouvoir; Limitation de puissance; Struction de la Construction


The right to resist; The power constraint; Construction

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/J.css.1923669720110705.355


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