Chinese judges and prosecutors have been ordered to intensify efforts to guarantee people's livelihoods this year as a step toward helping the country build a moderately prosperous society in all respects.
Zhou Qiang, secretary of the leading Party members’ group and president of the Supreme People’s Court (SPC), urged courts to fully implement the Civil Code and further improve the quality of civil trials.
Zhou Qiang, chief justice and president of the Supreme People's Court (SPC), called for strong judicial support for the development of the central province of Henan during an inspection tour there from July 28 to 29.
The head of China's top court called for strong judicial support for epidemic control and economic and social development at a meeting of the court's Party leadership on Feb 23.
China's law enforcement authorities have issued rules to expedite the return of assets in criminal cases to improve the efficacy of the use of poverty relief funds.
People's courts at all levels have provided strong judicial services and guarantees to secure the vitory over COVID-19.
The Sixth Circuit Court of the Supreme People’s Court held a seminar on civil and commercial trial work on June 19. Zhang Shuyuan, president of the circuit court and vice-president of the SPC, made remarks at the seminar.
The Supreme People’s Court (SPC) held a press conference on June 5 to release a guideline and ten typical cases on judicial protection of the environment and development of the Yellow River basin.