《法律知识— 事业单位考试试题解析》，希望可以帮助各位考生顺利备考事业单位考试。 China Public Institutions Examinations Network brings you the legal knowledge examination "Legal Knowledge-Analysis of Examination Questions of Institutional Examinations ", hoping to help you prepare candidates for the examinations of public institutions.
In this article, I have selected some representative examination questions in some public institutions in Shanxi Province for analysis. I hope to help students accurately grasp the knowledge of laws and the laws of the examination.
[Multiple choice questions] According to the Constitution of the People's Republic of China and the Election Law of the People's Republic of China, the following options are correct ().
A. Voter registration is performed by constituency, and voter qualifications must be re-registered before each election
B. The list of voters should be announced before the fifteenth day of the election day
C. If you have different opinions on the published voter list, you can appeal to the election committee or directly sue to the court.
D. Court's indictment of voter list opinions should reach judgment before election day
[Answer] Select D. Analysis: This question examines the common legal provisions on the electoral system in the Constitution and the Election Law, and the difficulty is moderate.
Item A is wrong. Article 26 of the Election Law of the People's Republic of China stipulates that "Voter registration is conducted by constituency, and the registered voters' qualifications are valid for a long time. Before each election, those who have reached the age of eighteen after the last voter registration and are deprived of politics Voters who have restored their political rights after the expiration of their rights shall be registered. "
Item B is wrong. Article 27 of the "Election Law of the People's Republic of China" stipulates that "the list of voters shall be announced 20 days before the election day, and those who participate in a voting election with a voter certificate shall be issued with a voter certificate".
Item C is wrong, item D is correct. Article 28 of the "Election Law of the People's Republic of China" states that "when there is a disagreement on the published list of voters, an appeal can be lodged with the Election Committee within five days from the date of publication of the list of voters. The decision is made within days. If the complainant is not satisfied with the decision, he can sue to the people's court five days before the election day, and the people's court should make a judgment before the election day. The judgment of the people's court is final. " Therefore, choose D for this question.
[Focus on knowledge] The examination of this question is relatively simple. Candidates need to accurately remember the relevant legal questions in the election system when reviewing.
[Judgment question] To pass a bill, the National People's Congress should be approved by two-thirds of all the deputies.
[Answer] Wrong. Analysis: This question examines the comparison between the constitutional and general law amendment procedures. Basic knowledge points, low difficulty. Article 64 of the Constitution of the People's Republic of China stipulates that "Amendments to the Constitution shall be proposed by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress or one-fifth of the representatives of the National People's Congress, and A majority of more than two-thirds is passed. Laws and other bills are passed by the National People's Congress with a majority of all deputies. " Therefore, this question is wrong.
[Judgment question] Morality is the foundation of law, and law is the guarantee of morality. ()
[Answer] Correct. Analysis: This question examines the relationship between law and morality.
Laws and morals are social norms. Laws are formulated or recognized by the state. Moral norms are established by convention and are formed naturally. Laws are enforced by the state's coercive force. Morals rely on people's beliefs, customs, and the power of public opinion. Therefore, morality is the foundation of law, and law is the guarantee of morality. Therefore, this question is correct.
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