Basic Principles of the Legal System of the Right to Regional Development

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Abstract

Coordinated regional development is a protracted, complex and arduous process. Its route choice relying on the legalization of its process and the authorization of its development patterns. Therefore, the realization of a regional development right requires a strong guarantee of the legal system. The construction of this legal system first needs clarification of some basic principles in order to provide guidance for making relevant laws. These include four main principles: interest balancing principle, the principle of social justice, the principle of double standards, and the power active principle.

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