The Evolution of China Emergency Response Legislation



The Article discusses the evolution of legislation on Response Act (ERA) which is a core legislation governing the response to all types of emergency incidents in China, such as natural disasters, accidental incidents, public health incidents. The first chapter is a general introduction to the legislation process of ERA. The second chapter discusses the structure and content of ERA The Third chapter mainly discusses the legislation back ground and controversies of ERA, The last chapter provides the method to improve the Act. 


Component; Emergency; Legislation; Emergency response

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