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A great number of controversies arise to some extent in our country as to "freezing" Constitution Article CLXIV. Educational researchers and scholars have different opinion on it. None, however, reaches a clear argument.Those in favor of freezing it consider the regulation in the Constitution for educational, scientific and cultural budget (ESC budget) is nothing more than a privilege, thus resulting in crowding-out effect of budget. Moreover, it will obstruct the reasonable allocation and implementation of whole resources, contribute to a wasteful state of "budget consumption," etc, and constrain the range of the right for legislation and administration meanwhile. Thus, it stands to reason that Article CLXIV should be frozen.In addition, those who approve of freezing it also regard ESC budget on the increase or decrease is not necessarily related to "Constitution guarantee." Furthermore, some are even of the opinion that since the freezing action was promoted by the civil, and passed by National Assembly delegates, it means the action is in accordance with the public opinion and democratic process. Besides, contemporary "guarantee" makes no senses, and it can be a shame otherwise. Obviously, all teh abovementioned takes it for granted that Article CLXIV is supposed to be frozen.This article challenges opinions in favor of freezing Article CLXIV and proposes some personal research findings. In conclusion, the author argures that Article CLXIV is not supposed to be frozen. Personal opinions are offered as follows.
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