China attaches great importance to advancing the rule of law and is willing to strengthen judicial cooperation with other countries, according to President Xi Jinping.
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Nuclear agencies can now be fined up to 5 million yuan ($762,000; 640,000 euros; ￡590,000) if they set up nuclear facilities or conduct related activities without authorization, according to the newly adopted Nuclear Safety Law.
Significant achievements have been made under President Xi's leadership in rule of law.
A Beijing court has been testing a way to educate and correct young bullies, in a move to help them return to school. If the program is successful, it will be expanded to young people who have committed other offenses, it said.
Fourteen girls involved in bullying have agreed to take part in a five-day training course in Beijing in order to return to school.
Chinese nuclear operation enterprises are ordered to regularly provide physical checks for employees, in a bid to protect their health and safety, according to China's Nuclear Safety Law.
People who distort or disrespect the national anthem will face criminal punishments, according to China's National Anthem Law.