A delegation led by Zhang Jun, China’s minister of justice, visited Mongolia from Nov 6 to 8 at the invitation of Tsendiin Nyamdorj, minister of justice and internal affairs of Mongolia.
Latest statistics released by China's top court on Wednesday showed that information of 8.87 million people who did not comply with court rulings have been disclosed since 2013.
China's top legislature made public a widely anticipated draft law on Tuesday that would improve the supervision of government workers and replace the controversial Party practice of shuanggui with a new detention system.
Xiong Xuanguo, vice-minister of Justice, called for a focus on socialist legal system research on Nov 4 in an expert review seminar on legal theoretical research and the rule of law.
Online traders who fake sales data or user feedback in an attempt to mislead consumers can now be fined up to 2 million yuan ($301,400) and loose their business licenses, under a change in the law.
Customs in the east China city of Xiamen recently intercepted an illegal import of over 1,400 tonnes of solid waste.
Chinese lawmakers Friday pushed for a clearer definition of rural land contracts to ensure rural women's right to contract land.
As China's online shopping festival, which falls on Nov 11 each year, is coming, a newly revised law approved on Saturday makes provisions for serious punishment to those who help online vendors make false advertisements.