The Supreme People's Court has announced that it will provide all the judicial support needed for China’s Belt and Road Initiative and will work with local courts to see that they deal properly with foreign criminal, civil, commercial and maritime acts.
The Supreme People’s Court reported developments in its special campaign against crime, emphasizing consequences for those refusing to carry out a court ruling, at a press conference on July 21.
The Supreme People’s Court circulated information about mutual judicial assistance with Taiwan, and briefed journalists and others on 15 relevant cases at a press conference on June 30.
Drug crime cases in China have increased steadily in recent years and the Supreme People’s Court will deal strictly with these cases.
The Supreme People’s Court reported the development of the case registration system for Chinese courts at a press conference on June 9.
From 2005 to 2011, a total of 319 cases published in the gazette of the Supreme People’s Court were selected and compiled, of which a final 15 were chosen as instructive cases. Since December, 2011, the court has issued 10 groups of 52 instructive cases.