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The Exercise of Discretion in Health Supervision: Takes the "Fushun City" Round Case as an Example

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2022.010403 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 391


Jianan Zhang 1, Lihua Zhang 2


1 Changchun University of Chinese Medicine, Boshuo Road, Changchun, China
2 Changchun City Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Changchun University of Chinese Medicine, Changchun, China

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Jianan Zhang


Discretion is a kind of right to decide the punishment by oneself according to one's own judgment, which is an indispensable condition for administrative management by administrative organs, and it has the characteristics of flexibility and difficulty to grasp properly. Because the relevant laws are not perfect, the scope of discretionary power is difficult to define, although it can be adjusted according to the actual situation, but also because of this reason leads to the emergence of arbitrary law enforcement and power for personal gain, which can cause serious damage to the social order. In this regard, while improving the legal, social and procedural supervision system, the training of each supervisor should also be strengthened. Supervisors are the executors of the law and should have sufficient knowledge of the law, and should also establish a sense of principle in the process of law enforcement to ensure the correct implementation of discretionary power.


Discretion; supervisor; law enforcement; judicial discretion


Jianan Zhang, Lihua Zhang, The Exercise of Discretion in Health Supervision: Takes the "Fushun City" Round Case as an Example. Science of Law Journal (2022) Vol. 1: 14-20. DOI: 10.23977/law.2022.010403.


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