Comparative Analysis on Constitutional Supervision Modes

Wenjing WANG, Xiaorui WANG

Abstract


Constitution is the fundamental law of a nation and also the general regulations on administering state affairs and ensuring national security. This is why constitutional supervision is so important for a country. However, there are still many problems existing under the supervision mechanism regarding to its operability, materiality, and rationality. This paper tries to give proper suggestions on perfecting Chinese constitutional supervision through comparative analysis and other countries’ advanced experiences.

Key words: Constitutional supervision modes; Comparative study


Keywords


Constitutional supervision modes; Comparative study

References


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020120805.966

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