Safeguard the Authority of the Constitution: Comprehensively Promote the Cornerstone of Ruling the Country by Law



Comprehensively promoting ruling the country by law is a systematic project, but in the end the most important thing is to safeguard the authority of the Constitution. Constitution is the fundamental law of the country, and the fundamental guarantee to comprehensively promote ruling by law. The Constitution of our country is essentially different with Western constitutionalism. Safeguarding the authority of the Constitution is the cornerstone to comprehensively promote ruling the country by law.


Authority of the constitution; Comprehensively promote; Rule by law; Cornerstone

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