The Decision-Making Process Of The Chinese Government At The County Level
PAQ, Vol. 27 No. 2, (2003)
The model of decision-making process of the Chinese government at
the county level is one in which three decision-makers, namely the
county committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the county
government, and the county people’s congress, join together with the
party as the most important player. The coexistence of strict structure
settled by law and non-strict structure by the party’s policies has both
advantages and disadvantages in the Chinese context. In a long run,
strict structure is a way out for a better decision-making process.
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