• China's top legislature to formulate law on personal information protection


    China's top legislature will formulate a law on personal information protection this year, it said on May 25 in an annual work report.

  • Top court to ease litigation for foreigners


    Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, China's top court has been working on legal documents and calling for the wide application of online platforms in judicial work to ensure the quality and efficiency of foreign-related case hearings, a chief judge of the court said.

  • Guangdong courts adjudicate 60,000 environmental cases


    Courts across South China's Guangdong province had handled nearly 60,000 cases involving the environment and natural resources between January 2018 and April this year, playing an important role in protecting the province's environment and ecology, said a statement released by Guangdong High People's Court on May 24.

  • Civil code will advance rule of law, say legislators


    China's first draft civil code, which is under review at the annual session of the top legislature, is essential to comprehensive advancement of the rule of law and will offer stronger protection of people's fundamental interests, national lawmakers said.

  • Chinese leaders join discussions with political advisors


    Senior Chinese leaders on May 23 joined national political advisors in different group discussions at the third session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC).

  • Summary of SPC’s handling of suggestions from deputies to 2nd session of 13th NPC


    During the second session of the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC) in 2019, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) received 355 suggestions from 688 NPC deputies in 33 delegations, addressing all of them within the prescribed time limit.

  • Highlights of 2020 Government Work Report


    Premier Li Keqiang delivered the Government Work Report to the third session of the 13th National People's Congress in Beijing on Friday morning.

  • NPC spokesman confident poverty elimination target will be met


    Actions by Chinese authorities to boost employment and lift demand for farm produce in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic led the spokesman for this month's annual meeting of the country's top legislature to express confidence on May 22 that domestic poverty can be stamped out by end of this year.

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