China Law Society establishes research center for Party regulations
BEIJING, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- The Party Regulation Research Center of the China Law Society (CLS) has been established in Beijing, said the CLS Friday.
The center will become a think tank that researches regulations of the Communist Party of China, said the CLS.
CLS President Wang Lequan said the center demonstrated that the CLS is strengthening research into socialist rule of law with Chinese characteristics and Party governance.
The center should improve the building of academic organizations, research mechanisms and incentive mechanisms, Wang said.
He also said the center will support higher education institutions and research institutes exploring the party regulations, as well as talent training systems.