The Choice of Paths to the Transformation of the Administrative Law Enforcement Ways From the Perspective of Consultation Administration

Jing SHEN

Abstract


The transformation of administrative law enforcement ways is an effective way to meet the requirement of practice and get out of the predicament of law enforcement. With the rise of consultation administration, administrative law enforcement agencies should follow the idea of service and responsibility, actively expand and introduce new ways of administration, such as administrative admonishment meetings and administrative agreement. The compatibility between new administration ways and the traditional ones, the legitimacy and the consideration of their optimality are the choices of path to the transformation of administrative law enforcement ways.


Keywords


Administrative law enforcement ways; Consultation administration; Administrative admonishment meetings; Administrative agreement

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8571

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