Reflection on the Rule of Law in China's Supervision Procedure
Keywords:reform of national supervision system, Supervision Law of the People's Republic of China, supervision procedure, reflection on the rule of law
AbstractDeepening the reform of the national supervision system is a major political system reform that is related to the overall situation and a major decision-making deployment to strengthen the self-supervision of the party and the state. Although the promulgation and implementation of the supervision law is objectively conducive to the party's centralized and unified leadership of anti-corruption work and the full coverage of public power supervision, from the perspective of the rule of law, there are many problems in the supervision procedure formulated by the supervision law, which need to be deeply reflected. These problems mainly include: the lack of operability and transparency in many details of the supervision procedure; the confusion between the implementation of inner-party laws and the implementation of national laws; the confusion between the investigation of duty-related violations and the investigation of duty-related crimes; the self-determination and implementation of investigation measures; the self-determination and self implementation of lien measures; the inability of lawyers to intervene in the supervision procedure; the lack of effective supervision by the supervision commissions.
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