BLR  Vol.7 No.3 , September 2016
Administrative Procedure Laws of the People’s Republic of China and Colombia
Abstract: The Administrative law enjoys certain “philosophy”, which is summarized in “a set of knowledge—reasoned, arranged in a logical harmonic synthesis, in which they are linked and illustrated between yes—of the Administrative law by his beginning and foundations acquired with the natural light of the reason”. In addition, it is so the science of the Administrative law, “it deals preferably it is the same, while his philosophy takes us after his last one and the last one , being applicable to the classic definition Aristotelian: <cognitiorerum per cause>”. The Colombian Administrative law, as branch autonomy, begins to appear with the Letter of 1886, which I spend of the federal system a centralist system or of centralism politic and decentralization administrative officer. In the PRC, based on its Constitution, the administrative procedural law was issued in order to ensure an adequate procedure for the purpose of processing to the appropriate authorities, the rights and obligations of citizens under appropriate principles under current standards.
Cite this paper: García, H. (2016) Administrative Procedure Laws of the People’s Republic of China and Colombia. Beijing Law Review, 7, 261-265. doi: 10.4236/blr.2016.73024.

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