Top justice stresses diversified, intelligent judicial services
BEIJING -- China's top justice has called on the country's courts to enhance their capabilities in solving disputes for the public and serving the people, noting efforts in providing more convenient and diversified dispute solutions and litigation services.
Zhou Qiang, president of the Supreme People's Court, made the remarks Wednesday at a national conference attended by chiefs of the country's higher people's courts.
Zhou also stressed the use of the Internet and intelligent means in judicial services, saying that by the beginning of next year, a network of diversified dispute solving and litigation services with a one-stop experience should be in place.
He said judicial services should serve the country's long-term epidemic prevention and control measures as well as economic and social development.
He also called for efforts to prevent and solve disputes from the roots and improve social governance at community levels.