The Development and Perfection of China’s Election Theory

Chunlei YANG, Hua YANG


Election theory refers to a set of values, methodologies and rule principles which direct the exercise of power and operation of electoral system in science of constitutional law. Election theory is an important part of constitutional theory system. The characteristics of reform and opening-up and emancipating the mind are elaborated in the election theory in China, the historic trend and core value in democratic world are also expounded in the election theory in China. The basic questions, such as, the nature of election rights and the components of election system, must be deeply understood and perfected to deepen the reform in a better way, thus, election theory will be a system with the unity of purpose and regularity, logic self-consistency, and sound function.


Election theory; Election rights; Electoral system; Development; Perfection

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