China urges travel businesses, tourists to amicably settle disputes amid epidemic


Chinese authorities have urged travel businesses and tourists to settle contract disputes due to the COVID-19 epidemic, and corresponding prevention and control measures, through amicable negotiations.

Shanghai publicizes Civil Code in diverse ways


China's eastern metropolis of Shanghai has been making a comprehensive effort to publicize the country's first Civil Code since its adoption in late May.

Inspection teams oversee combat against gang crimes


Since July 20, inspection teams have been sent to 30 provincial-level regions to oversee crackdown operations against gangs and organized crime, according to China's national office against organized crime on July 27.

Volunteer lawyers to offer legal help in China's Tibet


The Ministry of Justice will send volunteer lawyers to southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region to provide free legal services.

Primary-level governance key to China's stability, prosperity


A close look at Chinese President Xi Jinping's domestic inspections shows that "community" is a catchphrase, highlighting the importance of primary-level governance in a country with a population of 1.4 billion.

Notarial services across China active in social governance


In recent years, China's notarial services have been deeply involved in the process of social governance, playing an active and unique role in safeguarding fairness and justice and promoting social harmony.

District in Chengdu innovates public legal services through online platform


The Wuhou district of Chengdu, capital of Southwest China's Sichuan province, has launched an online smart platform which makes public legal services available to local residents no matter where they are in the country.

Volunteer lawyers offer legal aid to thousands in Tibet


Volunteer lawyers have provided free legal consultations to more than 15,000 people in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region over the past year, the Ministry of Justice said on July 22.

Administrative certification reform makes life easier in Xiong’an


Since its launch in Xiong'an last September, the reform had removed the certification requirement for over 1,370 administrative items by the end of this June, bringing substantial convenience to the public.

Shandong draws on internet to improve administrative law enforcement


East China's Shandong province has been drawing on the internet to advance transparency of law enforcement activities and online information disclosure.

China to strengthen law enforcement for better business environment


China's judicial and law enforcement agencies have been urged to strengthen law enforcement to ensure a better environment for enterprises, with a crackdown focusing on crimes that jeopardize business operations.

Jilin’s judicial department successfully lifts villagers out of poverty


The judicial department of Jilin province has successfully helped all the 379 villagers eradicate poverty.

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