Research on the Legal System Issues of Rural Social Organizations

Yingzhu XU

Abstract


Rural social organizations are of enormous significance for the promotion of social development, yet the development is quite slow. The legal system issues such as the lagging legislation, deficient systems and nonstandard behaviors can be solved by standardizing conditions and procedures, setting up an internal management system, building operation mechanisms and reinforcing the supervision and management. The purpose is to complete the laws and regulations of rural social organizations as well as the development environment of rural social organizations.

Keywords


Rural social organizations; Legal system; Development

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