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Research On The Democratic Decision Problem In Village Autonomy

Posted on:2010-02-19Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y WangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2166360278472268Subject:Political Theory
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Villager autonomy is the village people self-government at grass-roots level in China, that is, taking the administrative village as the unit of self-government, all the elective villagers elect their own village committee through regular election campaigns. Autonomy organization deals with the village affairs relevant to the interests of the villagers by law to realize the self-government, self-education and self-service of the villagers.As a practice of democracy at grass-roots level in China rural areas, villager autonomy has been in place for two decades, and to a certain extent, has made a successful transformation of the model for governing the rural society. However, it does not mean every villager directly administrates the village affairs. During the real practice of village autonomy, it is usually carried out by assigning the villager committees to deal with the public affairs through a trust-agency relationship. In order to guarantee that this public right be not abused; not depart from the interests of the general villagers, the democratic decision-making and democratic supervision of villager autonomy should be enforced, or it may become formalisticIn practice, some places have gradually worked out some creative ways, such as a system of villager referendum to solve the big affairs in the village, "Eight-step Working Process", Qing Xian model, and so on, to make decisions through a democratic process when dealing with the big affairs in the village so that the democratic decision-making of the villager autonomy can be guaranteed. Based on the sole model and seen model in dealing with the village decision-making, this paper intends to do up the background for the formation of these rules, the rules of its running, its pragmatically and existing problems with a case study.
Keywords/Search Tags:Villager autonomy, Administration of the village, Affairs institution shortage, Democratic decision-makin
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