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We are familiar with the above phenomena.

Abuse of government power is a very serious problem in mainland China.

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In the present power system, it's like a circle.

A small group of individuals have a fear of local party and government officials.

Local party and government officials have a fear of local high-level leaders.

Local high-level party and government leaders have a fear of leaders in Beijing's Central government.

Party and government leaders in Beijing's Central government have a fear of the whole individuals.
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This post was edited by 468259058 at 2012-2-28 10:22

For example:
No matter what do local people think, local officials can move up to higher level as long as their local  leaders like them. (ordinary Chinese have few of channel, such as vote right in constitution, to balance the government power owned by local government officials.)

For example:
Even if local leaders didn't like, leaders in central government would, sometimes, launch a policy if that policy is good for most of ordinary Chinese.
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For example:
A large amount of ordinary Chinese prefer to seek help from local high-level leaders, or leaders in Beijing's central government than seek help from local law court. A large amount of ordinary Chinese prefer choosing to petition before local government building and Beijing's Tian'an'men, not getting justice in law courts.
  
In common sense, ordinary Chinese trust the government power much more than legal system (law ruling system). In practice, Administrative system (government power) is more much effective than legal system (law ruling power). Government power can easily bend law ruling power.
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Then how to regulate government power owned by administrative system?

How to balance government power owned by administrative system and law power owned by law system?

How to make ordinary Chinese trust law power before the government power owned by leaders in local government and central government?
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This post was edited by 468259058 at 2012-2-28 11:12

Harrington  the governments that need to be regulated first and foremost are the u.s, and europe
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Tell you the truth, I, as a mainland Chinese, kind of selfish sometimes, care about mainland China's government first.

It's okay if U.S. government and Western European governments were worse than China's government.

I wish that China's government would learn from the best governments around the world, not learning from the worst.

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