People’s Mediation System Perfection and Reform Under the Multipartite

Jingbo ZHAO


Chinese primary level people’s mediation system plays
very important role in maintaining Chinese society
stable, promoting economic society development, and
other aspects due to its consistency of autonomy and
coordination and convenience in disputes resolving
process. However, the traditional people’s mediation
which is in the transformation period has formed a
distinctive and flexible multipartite mediation mode
by continuous exploration and innovation. This paper
analyzes the current “N+1” linked-mediation mechanism
and its related reform by practically examined the people’s
mediation reform and system innovation and gives further
ideas in improving and perfecting people’s mediation
Key words: Multipartite mediation; People’s
mediation; System innovation; Mediation concept


Multipartite mediation; People’s



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