A public awareness campaign on China's constitution was launched Monday ahead of the country's annual Constitution Day, which falls on Dec 4.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) convened its first central conference on work related to overall law-based governance this week.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) has launched a new round of inspections to advance law-based governance in eight localities.
Tang Yijun, minister of justice, examined the work of advancing overall law-based governance and reforming judicial administration in South China's Guangdong province between Aug 1 and 3.
Gao Zicheng, a deputy to the 13th National People's Congress (NPC), China's top legislature, and president of the Beijing Lawyers Association, hailed the passage of China's Civil Code during a recent interview, calling it a milestone in the process of building rule of law in the country.
Tang Yijun, a deputy to the National People's Congress and minister of justice, said during a recent interview with People's Daily that the ministry would loyally perform its duty, take the initiative, strengthen overall coordination, and ensure implementation in order to expedite the building of rule of law in China and advance modernization of the governance system and governance capabilities.
The Ministry of Justice recently released its annual report on building a law-based government, stating that progress was made in all the aspects in 2019.
Wang Chen, vice chairman of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, Friday stressed law-based epidemic control work to provide legal support for winning the battle against the novel coronavirus outbreak.