Outline of Citizen Education and Public Finance



Objective: To investigate the relationships of constitution, citizen education and public finance in China.
Content: Citizen Education is one of the citizen basic rights in Constitution. It is also a guarantee for the realization of other basic rights. Qualified citizen is needed based on the regulation of citizen rights according to citizen education. However the realization of the power is restricted by finance, thus it is in need of financial support and guarantee.
Significance: The realization of citizen of citizen rights in constitution is based on legitimately exercising rights. Lacking of the public financial support as a foundation, it is impossible to achieve a balanced citizen education input, which would finally influence the rights enforcement in constitution.


Citizen education; Public finance

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720130905.2832


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