• Cracking down on human trafficking
  • Premier says governments, judiciary to do more on human trafficking
  • Chinese lawmakers pass work report of top court
  • 'Blacklist' targeting bribers to be unveiled
  • Crackdown on trafficking crime lauded
  • Nation's personal information protection efforts bear fruit
  • More highlights of the Government Work Report

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang delivers a government work report at the opening meeting of the fifth session of the 13th National People's Congress at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, March 5, 2022. Here are more highlights of the Government Work Report.

  • Circuit trials bring justice closer to home

    Circuit trials have enabled people to feel that fairness and justice are close by, said Li Yingxin, a member of the National Committee for the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, on Friday.

  • China mulls amending law on local legislatures, governments

    The National People's Congress (NPC), the top legislature, on Saturday deliberated a draft amendment to the Organic Law of the Local People's Congresses and Local People's Governments.

  • NPC aims to make diversity key priority

    The new National People's Congress, to be elected before next January, should have a wide representation of people from all walks of life with more women and grassroots-level deputies, according to a draft election decision unveiled on Saturday.

  • China Focus: What to expect at China's annual 'two sessions'

    The annual sessions of China's top legislature and political advisory body will open this week to chart the course for a key year in the country's new journey toward national rejuvenation.

  • Highlights from CPPCC news conference

    The 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, China's top political advisory body, held a news conference via video link on Thursday, one day ahead of the opening of its fifth annual session.

  • China launches digital working platform for lawmakers

    A digital working platform designed to assist China's lawmakers in better performing their duties was officially launched on Wednesday.

  • Legislation will be 'people centered'

    For Li Zongsheng, a lawyer from Northeast China's Liaoning province, his biggest expectation this year in national legislation is to see the birth of the country's first anti-fraud law.

  • Premier stresses gathering wisdom to improve govt work

    Premier Li Keqiang on Monday urged efforts to "gather wisdom from all sides" to improve the government's work, and specified measures to bolster China's industrial economy and service sectors.

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