Global Lawyers Forum kicked off on Dec 9 in Guangzhou, capital city of Guangdong province, aiming to deepen exchanges and cooperation among lawyers around the world.
The inauguration ceremony for the Belt and Road International Lawyers Association was held in Guangzhou, capital of South China's Guangdong province, on Dec 8, with Fu Zhenghua, China's Minister of Justice, addressing the event.
Over 800 lawyers, judicial officials and experts from 57 countries have registered to attend the Global Lawyers Forum from Dec 9 to 10 in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, the Ministry of Justice said on Dec 4.
The All China Lawyers Association (ACLA) will host the Global Lawyers Forum from Dec. 9 to 10 in Guangzhou, the capital city of south China's Guangdong Province.
Since the restoration of the lawyer system in China in 1979, Chinese lawyers have been playing an indispensable role in protecting the legal rights and interests of parties to litigations, safeguarding the correct implementation of the law, and maintaining social fairness and justice.
Wang Chen, vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, stressed carrying forward the spirit of China's Constitution and elevating the comprehensive implementation of the Constitution to a new level.
More than 1 billion mobile phone users are expected to receive text messages introducing China's Constitution this week.
The Ministry of Justice (MOJ), together with the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee and a national office for law popularization, launched this year's week-long Constitution publicity campaign simultaneously in Beijing and Shanghai on Dec 1.
A weeklong campaign was launched on Dec 1 in China to enhance the publicity of the country's Constitution.
China is ready to make greater efforts to tackle difficulties faced by market players in business operations, aiming to foster a world-class, market-oriented business environment governed by a sound legal framework, the State Council's executive meeting, chaired by Premier Li Keqiang, decided on Nov 27.
Data recently released by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) shows that Chinese lawyers provided free legal services for the country's disadvantaged people in over 1.081 million cases last year.
A senior official of the Communist Party of China on Nov 27 required efforts to establish long-term mechanisms to combat and punish pornography, gambling, drug abuse and gang violence.