Red Cross societies and their staff members will be held accountable if they do not provide donors with feedback-on how their money was spent, according to a draft revision to the Red Cross Society Law.
The top housing authority is expected to draft a regulation to protect tenants' rights and bring order to the nation's largely unregulated rental market.
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba is considering adding a classification system to its intellectual property complaints handling mechanism to optimize its anti-counterfeiting measures, following a spate of false complaints from online customers.
China will move more swiftly in legislating a long-discussed property tax law, an official said on Thursday.
Chinese lawmakers are considering new draft revisions to the Law on the Red Cross Society in a bid to further boost transparency and credibility of the country's Red Cross societies.
China's top court has told every court nationwide to strictly exclude evidence collected illegally, in an effort to reduce wrongful convictions and protect human rights.
China's e-commerce giant Alibaba says more than 200,000 online sellers were almost wrongly punished for fake complaints.
China's top court and the national judge association strongly called the public to further protect judges' safety and uphold judicial credibility on Saturday, after a grassroots judge was injured by a defaulter.