The Construction of Chinese Government Accountability System on Food Safety

Feng REN


Government plays an important role in food safety. In order to effectively monitor the government’s liability on food safety in China, it is necessary to construct a comprehensive government accountability system, which contains the subject, object, principles and procedures of accountability.
Key words: Food safety; Government; Accountability

Le gouvernement chinois joue un rôle hautement responsable en matière de la sécurité alimentaire. Il est nécessaire d’établir un système de redevabilité sur la sécurité alimentaire au sein du gouvernement afin que cedernier effectue ses responsabilitées de la supervision et de garantir la sécurité alimentaire. Y compris le sujet, l’objet, les principes et la procédure de l’obligation de rendre compte des autoritées en matière de la sécurité alimentaire.
Mots clés: la sécurité alimentaire; Le gouvernement; la redevabilité


Food safety; Government; Accountability;la sécurité alimentaire; Le gouvernement; la redevabilité;Cross-cultural Communication



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