The Value of Supervision of Administrative Reconsideration Under the Vision of People’s Supervision Theory

Jiaojiao WANG

Abstract


The dispute over the positioning of the administrative reconsideration function has not stopped ever since the system was in place. China is a socialist country, and the theory of people’s supervision is one of the important ideological achievements of the sinicization of Marxism-Leninism. The theory of people’s supervision provides a theoretical basis for the existence of the administrative reconsideration supervision. The administrative reconsideration system has the property of people’s supervision, and this attribute gives it the unique value of breaking the closeness of the internal control, preventing corruption, and bridging the internal and external supervision.

Keywords


Political reconsideration; Theory of people’s supervision; Function of reconsideration supervision; Value

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