Home > News > Top News
Top News
Legislative Updates
International Exchanges

Legislative candidates face stricter reviews


Candidates who ran in legislative elections at the county and township levels were put under stricter qualification reviews to prevent election fraud and ensure they could effectively represent the public, according to the country's top legislature.

China to tighten environmental data fraud prevention and control


Chinese environment authorities will establish a system to prevent and punish environmental data fraud, according to an official.

Associates of fugitive billionaire Guo Wengui jailed for fraud


Three former associates of fugitive Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui have been convicted of fraudulently obtaining a loan and foreign currency on Friday, Xinhua News Agency reported.

Belt and Road Initiative legal study base launched in Beijing


A base for studying legal issues related to the Belt and Road Initiative was launched at the University of International Business and Economics in Beijing on Thursday.

Beijing court says juvenile crime database can aid youth development


A Beijing court is developing a database on juvenile offenders to help judges better understand a defendant's family background.

Residents win more suits against officials


China has seen a significant rise in the number of residents filing - and winning - lawsuits against government departments after a shake-up in the law, the top court said on Tuesday.

Better legal protection needed for IP: Lawyers


Intellectual property and legal professionals said over the past weekend that China should make more effort to improve IP-related laws and solve IP cases with a more open mind, aiming to satisfy increasing legal demand in the rapidly developing internet era.