电商法(diànshāngfǎ): E-commerce Law
After being submitted to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislator, for a third review, the draft of e-commerce law has been released on the Ministry of Commerce on its website to solicit public opinions from June 29 to July 28.
公共信用信息(gōnggòng xìnyòng xìnxī): Public credit information
Beijing has released a regulation on the management of public credit information, which stipulates that organizations or individuals' public credit information could be used as reference in government procurement, bidding, scientific and technological project applications for funding, personnel recruitment, professional title review as well as commendations and awards.
英雄烈士保护法(yīngxióng lièshì bǎohùfǎ): Law on the protection of heroes and martyrs
A law to protect the reputation and honor of heroes and martyrs was approved recently, and the law came into effect on May 1.
宪法宣誓 (xiànfǎ xuānshì): Taking an oath of allegiance to the Constitution
Xi Jinping, who was elected Chinese president and chairman of the Central Military Commission of the People's Republic of China, took an oath of allegiance to the Constitution in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. This is the first time that a Chinese president has taken such an oath.
共享税(gòngxiǎng shuì): Shared tax
Premier Li Keqiang said in this year's Government Work Report that China's fiscal and tax reform has made major progress. The country has developed a system based mainly on the sharing of tax revenues among the central and local governments.
治理非法社会组织(zhìlǐ fēifǎ shèhuì zǔzhī): Regulating unregistered social organizations
The Ministry of Civil Affairs has vowed to take multiple measures to regulate social organizations that are not registered with civil affairs departments.