China's discipline inspection bodies at all levels have ramped up supervision against corruption and extravagance, in case the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays are used as an excuse for lavish behavior.
The difficulties in execution of court rulings should be basically overcome in no more than three years, said the head of China's top court.
China strives to fully protect people's rights and interests as the nation advances comprehensive rule of law
The Supreme People's Court has launched a major push to improve the way courts implement verdicts, to reduce inefficiency in the justice system.
China will pilot program to streamline work application paperwork for foreigners in an effort to attract more talent.
China is moving quickly to implement the anti-corruption consensus reached at the G20 Summit, which ended on Monday in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, by setting up the group's first anti-graft research center in Beijing.
China's top legal authorities have for the first time clearly stipulated that victims of miscarriages of justice have the right to compensation for mental anguish.
China’s biggest e-commerce platform, Taobao, has banned phone card sales and value-added service packages from September 7, which means that vendors previously offering those products must stop.