Study on the Constitutional Defining Mechanism of Leadership in China

Qian ZHAO

Abstract


If we want to establish a constitutional defining mechanism of leadership in China, we shall first ensure the top leadership of the ruling party. The leadership should transform as the elective power in the legislation, and combine with executive power as the non-elective power. The leadership of the National People’s Congress should be selectively improved on the condition that the top leadership of the ruling party is insisted, and be highlighted with its independent representative.

Key words: The ruling party; NPC; Leadership


Keywords


The ruling party; NPC; Leadership



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/J.css.1923669720110706.081

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