China’s judicial reform has entered a crucial stage, and Chinese courts will unswervingly push ahead with the reform in order to improve China’s judicial system and make new contributions to the rule of law.
“Deepening information construction is another reform in China’s judicial system”, said Zhou Qiang, president of China’s top court, when meeting his Portuguese counterpart on May 16 in Beijing.
Jiang Bixin, vice-president of China’s Supreme People's Court, recently traveled on official business to Turkey and Portugal. In Istanbul, he attended the 12th Congress of the International Association of Supreme Administrative Jurisdictions.
A two-day conference between the heads of several supreme courts from China and European countries concluded in Suzhou, Jiangsu province on May 5.
Du Wanhua, a member of the judicial committee with the Supreme People’s Court met with the visiting judicial delegation from the state of Berlin, Germany, led by Alexander Straßmeir on May 3 in Beijing.
Zhou Qiang, president of China’s top court, met with Attorney General Joana Marques Vidal of Portugal on April 21, 2016 in Beijing.
China and Kazakhstan pledged to strengthen cooperation on judicial affairs at a meeting between Meng Jianzhu, public security chief and the chairman of the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan, Kairat Mami, in Beijing on April 12.
Zhou Qiang, President of China’s top court, met with the visiting chairman of the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan, Kairat Mami, on April 11 in Beijing.