China’s top court held a special meeting on the breaking of law enforcement difficulties on Dec 11 in Beijing.
The head of China’s top court met with the former chief justice of the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal on Nov 22 in Beijing.
The head of China's top court called for all staff members of different levels to better learn and implement the spirit of the working report delivered at the opening of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.
Zhou Qiang Zhou was born in April 1960, in Huangmei county, Hubei province. He studied civil law at the Southwest University of Political Science Law and has a master’s degree in law.
The court has made great contribution to local social and economic development since its founding on Dec 28, 2016; a good reflection of the success of the national judicial reform.
During an inspection tour in Central China’s Henan province from Dec 13 to 14
Courts of various levels have achieved great progress in breaking the bottlenecks and people’s satisfaction and sense of gain keep growing. Judicial credibility also keeps improving. However, it is still tough work to fulfill the goal of “basically breaking the bottlenecks in law enforcement in two to three years’ time”.
At a special meeting on the breaking of law enforcement difficulties on Dec 11 in Beijing