Zhou Yingjie, Du Wanjia, Shan Ziwen, Jiang Yue, Li Fei, Lv Shuwei
School of Political Science and Law, Changchun Normal Universities, Changchun, China
Rural disputes in the new era mainly have the characteristics of diversified dispute causes, complex dispute content, collectivization of dispute subjects, and deviation of dispute resolution. This is mainly due to the lack of authority in legislation, lack of coordination in law enforcement, and lack of initiative in abiding by the law. It is necessary to build a multi-dimensional rural legislative system to guarantee and build a diversified dispute resolution model of "hard law" + "soft law"; Build an inclusive and diversified dispute resolution team, and create a new dispute resolution model of "Internet + mediation"; Establish and improve the "individual + collective" conflict and dispute mediation model, pay full attention to the legitimate rights and interests of rural residents, so as to effectively improve the level of rural dispute resolution and promote the early realization of the vision of rural governance modernization.
governing the country according to law; village disputes; Resolution mechanism
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