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Petition Law-related Litigation Path of the Rule of Law

Author LiShengDe
Tutor ZhouGuiDang
School Lanzhou University
Course Procedural Law
Keywords Petition law-related Litigation Rule of law Appeal of Procedures Rational rule of law
CLC D925
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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On the whereabouts of the petition system programs, strengthen the rule of law on the contrary, theory is too simple repeal. Reform on the merits, but rare in the fundamental strategy and specific options. The author argues that the phenomenon of the petition based on the underlying issues typed in this study were based on the rule of law in the solution and its corresponding transformation and reform of the petition system.This first law-related Litigation petition from the perspective of the causes of law-related Litigation and show the problems faced by the petition, from three aspects of the rule of law-related Litigation petition path. First review of China’s rule of law practice and theory, and to make law-related Litigation. petition the fundamental rule of law in the path that the rule of law in China. But also in law-related Litigation petition demands the type of analysis based on the review mechanism of China’s legal loopholes, put forward the demands of various law-related Litigation petition to appeal transformation, and improve judicial proceedings in order to achieve and protect the right to appeal, then Litigation will be a variety of law-related litigation petition as much as possible into the system, this is the micro level of specific programs. Finally, review the political, social factors and law-related Litigation petition conflict or impede the rule of law, and put out the rule of law and reason to guide reconstruction of political, social, rational and specific recommendations for law-related Litigation may petition the rule of law to provide the political the social environment, this is the macro aspects of specific programs.

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