Ruling the State by Constitution: The Core Task of China’s Legal Construction

Chunlei YANG, Lei HUANG

Abstract


Rule of law is the important symbol of political civilization in modern society. Ruling the state by constitution means all aspects of the state and social lives are brought into rule of law with the constitution as the kernel, the state regime is built with the basic value of constitution, and institutional and legal security is provided for harmonious development of the state and society by implementing constitution. Ruling the state by constitution, as the only way for rising of China under rule of law, still can be perfected from the following five aspects: exercising the state power in accordance with the constitution, scientific legislation, and strict enforcement of the law, equal justice and national law-abiding.

Keywords


Ruling the country by constitution; Exercising the state power according to the constitution; Rule of law

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n

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