On the Realization of Citizen’s Abidance by Law



The realization of citizen’s abidance by law depends on the establishment of legal norm and public’s acceptance on them. The setup of legal norm is the premise for citizen’s abidance by law. Legal norm should have the quality of conscience law, especially must contain the spirit of tolerance in modern society so that to create legal environment. Citizen’s acceptance on legal norm is necessary condition for the realization of abidance by law which must be originated by the concept of contract and the theoretical logic of keeping promise. It has to make interest as mental requirement, treat fairness and justice as internal quality, and rely on citizens that have legal consciousness.

Key words: Citizen’s abidance by law; Legal norm; Ethics of abidance by law


Citizen’s abidance by law; Legal norm; Ethics of abidance by law

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020130901.11346


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