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Shanghai legislators passed 27 legal documents in 2020

By XING YI in Shanghai | | Updated: 2021-01-27 11:16
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Shanghai legislators passed 27 legal documents, including local laws, regulations and decisions on legal questions, in the past year, according to the chairman of the standing committee of the municipal people's congress on Tuesday.

Those laws and regulations have solved problems and set rules in areas such as the prevention of COVID-19, foreign investment, intellectual property protection, and risk control in finance, said chairman Jiang Zhuoqing.

Jiang said the municipal congress and its standing committee will continue to review and formulate laws on issues related to non-motor vehicle, traditional Chinese medicine, public data management and urban renewal.

Rules on the utilization of historical resources and heritages pertinent to the Communist Party of China will be formulated this year to mark the centenary of the founding of the CPC.

The standing committee will organize inspections on the enforcement of certain laws, such as the Yangtze River Protection Law, the regulation of public health emergency management, and the regulation of senior services.

Jiang said the standing committee has increased its grassroots contact points to 25 offices that cover all 16 districts in Shanghai. These offices submitted 2,770 legislative suggestions last year, with 247 of them being adopted.

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