Courts to focus on preventing wrongful convictions by keeping eye on process.
The head of China’s top court urged courts around the country to work resolutely to break judgment enforcement bottlenecks at a meeting on April 3.
The head of China’s top court, Zhou Qiang, met with Mogoeng Mogoeng, chief justice of South Africa, on April 2 in Beijing, signing a memorandum of understanding on cooperation.
The head of China’s top court Zhou Qiang called for studying new trends, new situations and new problems in the law sector at a school opening ceremony on March 30 in Beijing.
The head of China’s top court called for closer cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking countries in providing better legal services for the Belt and Road Initiative at a launching ceremony on March 25.
Zhou Qiang was re-elected president of the Supreme People's Court (SPC) at the first session of the 13th National People's Congress on March 18.
With China sparing no efforts to fight pollution in recent years, courts across the country have handled a rapidly rising number of environment-related lawsuits in the past five years, according to the nation's top court.
Chief justice Zhou Qiang delivers the Supreme People's Court work report at the annual session of the National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on March 9, 2018.