Three major poverty reduction models have successively been adopted in the poverty control led by the Communist Party of China (CPC), namely relief based poverty alleviation, which focused on adjusting the production factors of land, development-driven poverty alleviation, and targeted poverty alleviation. In the process, the target of finding a rational position for the principal function of poverty alleviation has been gradually realized: the approach of poverty alleviation has gradually adjusted from micro to macro, from direct to indirect; while the management has transformed from mobilization-based to rule-of-law based. Rules that link policies and laws, as well as a rule-of-law model of the poverty reduction of a developing country that is led by party committees and governments, has been formed, and an illustrative sample of poverty control has been created, which provides experience based knowledge to the antipoverty practices in developing countries. In the future, it is necessary to further realize the protection of the rights of the people in comparative poverty and the proceduralization of poverty reduction administrative behaviors, as well as to formulate a unified “Poverty Reduction Law” when the time is ripe, to protect the rights of the people in comparative poverty in the post-poverty-alleviation era.





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