Mathematical models of decision making, Socialism -- China, Rule of law, Fuzzy sets, and Civilization -- Chinese influences
It is a complex system, which has extensive content, to build socialistic political civilization. Socialistic political civilization includes lots of aspects, such as political consciousness civilization, political system civilization, political behavior civilization and civilization of the rule of law. Comrade Jian Zemin points out, the rule of law belongs to the category of political construction; it is one of the content of political civilization. During the new historical era of building the well-to-do society in an all-round way, to strengthen the rule of law and to build the socialist country running by law is not only the important content and symbol of socialistic political civilization, but also the necessary insurance and way to build it. In this paper, we study on the multiple attribute decision making problems to evaluate the efficiency of socialism with Chinese characteristics by the rule of law with triangular fuzzy information. Then, we have developed the triangular fuzzy Hamacher correlated geometric (TFHCG) operator. We have exploited the TFHCG operator to multiple attribute decision making to evaluate the efficiency of socialism with Chinese characteristics by the rule of law with triangular fuzzy information. In the end, an example to evaluate the efficiency of socialism with Chinese characteristics by the rule of law with triangular fuzzy information has been proposed to prove the effectiveness of the proposed approach. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Journal of Chinese Political Science; Jun2015, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p163-183, 21p
CHINA -- Politics & government, ECONOMIC conditions in China, SOCIALISM -- China, and DEMOCRATIC centralism
The new Chinese leadership promised to deliver a 'Chinese Dream' with the rejuvenation and the prosperity of the Chinese nation and the happiness of the people as China's development goals. While articulating the necessity of the further reform and opening-up, they also put an emphasis on the adherence to a 'socialist way of Chinese characteristics' in that the party leadership is regarded as its imperative. For the 'Chinese Dream' to be realized, a set of values were proclaimed, including prosperity, democracy, civility, harmony, freedom, equality, justice, rule of law, patriotism, dedication, integrity and friendship. Beside the existing institutions such as the system of democratic centralism, the CCP-led multi-party cooperation and system of people's congresses, a set of new institutions were proclaimed as well, including a brand new 'socialist' system of rule of law and modern state governance system. This paper provides updated information and analysis of these newly proclaimed values and institutions, which serve an important new foundation for China to gain high economic efficiency, sustainable productivity, and escape from a 'middle-income trap', and support the endeavor to realize the 'Chinese Dream'. However, its realization depends on whether the new leadership can successfully enforce a competitive market order and the rule of law in the years to come. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
China Today. Jan2015, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p61-63. 3p.
JUSTICE administration, SOCIALISM, CONSTITUTIONAL law, RULE of law, and CONSTITUTIONALISM
The article discusses the development of the legal system of China which epitomizes its learning curve of state governance. Topics covered include the establishment of the socialist legal system in the country which led to the adoption of China's first constitution in 1954, its building of a legal system to achieving the rule of law , and China's entry to the stage of socialist constitutionalism, an advanced stage of the rule of law.
Journal of Zhejiang University. Humanities & Social Sciences / Zhejiang Daxue Xuebao; Sep2013, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p34-44, 12p
RULE of law, SOCIALISM -- China, CULTURE, COMMUNISM, and LAW -- China
China has formed its own road of the rule of law, which is the road of socialism with Chinese characteristics. The road of the rule of law in China is the part of the socialism with Chinese characteristics and is guided by it, which is inherited from the historical and traditional culture of China. Chinese culture, contains harmonious culture, pacifism, moderation and temperance attitudes, not only affects the law and the rule of law in China, but also determines its development of the road of the rule by law. Chinese legal development path, in a sense, represents the direction of the development of the rule of law of humans, which was formed in the exploration of the rule of law after the founding of New China, especially since the reform and opening up. Chinese legal development path is fully reflected in the Property Law, Land Law, Financial Law and other legal regimes, which fully exemplifies the distinctive characteristic socialism of China. And the Chinese legal development path was formed in the exploration of the practice of the rule of law in China, such as the practice of legislative, executive, judicial reform, the index of the rule of law, the transparency index of judicial, and the index of e-government carried out in the recent years. The formation of Chinese development road will promote the appearance of distinctive theory of the rule of law and the Chinese legal practice school. The practice of the rule of law is the theory source of Chinese legal theory, and the Chinese legal theory is the description of Chinese practice of rule of law. The aim of China practical school of rule of law is to offer an academic elaboration and theoretical generalization about the road of Chinese rule of law development. It takes the socialism with Chinese characteristics as the guiding ideology, sums up the Chinese legal history and practice of rule of law, then initiates the Chinese legal development path in the international perspective, and brings about a new universal significant success of the rule of law for human beings. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Chinese Law & Government; 2016, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p475-476, 2p
RULE of law, SOCIALISM -- China, and POLITICAL parties -- China
The article presents thoughts on the importance of running the country according to the rule of law by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) chairman and state president Xi Jingping at the conclusion of the Eighteenth Party Congress. Topics include emphasis on efforts toward forging a law abiding society, enhancement on the people's sense of faith in the law as well as advancement of the cause of socialism with Chinese characteristics.
The article discusses statements made by Beijing University Law School professor He Weifang on China's socialism. He states that the element of crisis and conflict in future social development is the reality that reform can only be carried out under socialism. Regarding Chinese President Hu Jintao's advocacy of the rule of law, he believes that he cannot achieve a balance between the out-of-date communist rule and safeguarding the Constitution.