The Breakthrough on the Legality Plight of Environmental Control in China
Due to the particularity of environmental problems, the environmental control of government exists an inherent tense relation of rule-governed and administrative discretion. After confirmed the following two points: Government is not value-neutral during the process of environmental control, the public interest of the environment is not a certainty and objectivity existence, legality plight of environmental control is then appeared in China. The way to breakthrough is that adopts the method of “self-legalization”, by adding a large number of democratic factors to gain the legitimacy in the environmental control of modern society.
Key words: Environmental control; Legitimacy; Self-legalization
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