China's Minister of Justice He Rong said at a symposium on Wednesday that the country had started drafting a law on promoting its private economy.
In recent years, central legal service districts in China have been intensifying efforts to achieve integrated innovation and create targeted and efficient "one-stop" legal services.
The Ministry of Justice, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), and the Legislative Affairs Commission of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) jointly held a legislative work symposium on Feb 21 to discuss legislation concerning the promotion of the private economy and to listen to opinions and suggestions from academics and representatives of private enterprises.
The China Law Society (CLS) pledged at a meeting on Thursday that it will improve access to legal resources and services at the country's grassroots level.
Since established by the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) Central Committee in 2006, the hotline service has helped hundreds of thousands of youngsters in China by providing much needed counseling for mental health and legal problems.
China's Ministry of Justice has said that this year it will further enrich legislative forms and explore ways to establish a quick-response mechanism for legislation in a bid to strengthen the quality and effectiveness of legislation.
China has seen solid progress in the development of its foreign-related legal system and capacity, according to the Ministry of Justice (MOJ).
Last year, a nationwide campaign to provide pro bono legal services to migrant workers has been widely carried out in China.
The State Council issued a guideline on further regulating and overseeing the setting and enforcement of fines, according to a circular released on Feb 19.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has always put "high-quality development" among the top of his governance agenda, highlighting it as the first and foremost task in China's efforts to build a modern socialist country in all respects.
As of the end of 2023, China has 287 judicial appraisal institutions for environmental damage registered with judicial administrative organs, with 5,098 appraisers in the field, according to the Ministry of Justice.