SPC head urges breaking enforcement difficulties
The head of China’s top court urged courts of various levels to work resolutely to break judgment enforcement bottlenecks during an inspection tour on April 18.
Zhou Qiang (C), chief justice and president of the Supreme People's Court (SPC), speaks on breaking judgment enforcement bottlenecks when inspecting the judgment enforcement command center of the Beijing Higher People's Court on April 18. [Photo by Sun Ruofeng/People's Court Daily]
Zhou Qiang, chief justice and president of the Supreme People's Court (SPC), made the remarks when inspecting the judgment enforcement command center of the Beijing Higher People's Court.
Zhou learnt about progress in solving problems in breaking judgment enforcement bottlenecks in 21 courts in the city by online video discussions with judges.
He said courts of various levels around the country have achieved great progress in the special initiative to "basically solve the difficulty in enforcement within two to three years".
In the meantime, courts must keep to the problem-oriented working style and take effective measures against "hard bones", he noted.
Judges must analyze all kinds of cases deeply and pinpoint the crux of any problems, Zhou added.
Zhou said courts in China should work attentively to improve people's sense of gain and satisfaction in judicial matters.