A Rational Thinking of the People’s Mediation System of China



People’s Mediation is a kind of dispute resolution mechanism with Chinese characteristics. In 2011, People’s Mediation Law of the People’s Republic of China has came into force. This law is formulated to solve disputes among people in a timely manner, to maintain social harmony and stability, to reduce litigation cost and to relieve the burden of involved parties and so on. However, there are various kinds of defects in system designs and legal practices, and it still needs efforts with rational thinking to improve and complement the legal system.

Key words: The People’s Mediation; Dispute resolution; Judicial confi rmation

Résumé La médiation populaire est une sorte de mécanisme de règlement des différends avec des caractéristiques chinoises. En 2011, la loi de médiation populaire de la République populaire de Chine a entré en vigueur. Cette loi est formulée pour résoudre les différends entre les personnes en temps opportun, afi n de maintenir l’harmonie sociale et la stabilité, à réduire les coûts des litiges et à alléger le fardeau des parties concernées et ainsi de suite. Cependant, il existe différents types de défauts de conception des systèmes et pratiques juridiques, et il faut encore des efforts avec la pensée rationnelle en vue d’améliorer et de compléter le système juridique.

Mots clés: Médiation du Peuple; Résolution des disputes; Confi rmation judiciaire


The People’s Mediation; Dispute resolution; Judicial confi rmation

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720120802.2011


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