National lawmakers on Wednesday will start deliberating the draft general provisions of civil law, which, if adopted, will bring the country one step closer to a long-absent civil code.
China will push forward its anti-corruption legislation by drafting a national supervision law this year, Fu Ying, spokeswoman of the Fifth Session of the 12th National People's Congress, said on Saturday.
The revised Red Cross Society Law will serve as a milestone for the reform and development of the Red Cross Society of China and promote the society's participation in humanitarian work, according to Wang Rupeng, vice-president of the RCSC.
Wang has been a CPPCC member for 15 years and has submitted over 120 proposals during his tenure.
Members of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee have started to gather in Beijing for the top political advisory body's annual session, which is scheduled to open March 3.
According to recently revised regulations on the education of the disabled some steps will be taken to reduce their difficulty in entering school.
China's supreme court amended a judicial interpretation on the Marriage Law on Tuesday to protect those who are forced to repay the debt of their spouse.
The China National Tourism Administration (CNTA) will have new measures to supervise online tourism and push online travel agents (OTA) to implement a guaranteed refund system, according to CNTA in a seminar on Feb 23.