Full Text: Judicial Reform in China

(Xinhua)

14:56, April 17, 2013

The Information Office of the State Council published Tuesday a white paper on the judicial reform in China.

Following is the full text:

JUDICIAL REFORM IN CHINA

Information Office of the State Council

The People's Republic of China

October 2012, Beijing

First Edition 2012

China Internet Information Center

Home Page: http://www.china.org.cn

E-mail: infornew@public.bta.net.cn

Contents

Preface

I. Judicial System and Reform Process

II. Maintaining Social Fairness and Justice

III. Strengthening Human Rights Protection

IV. Enhancing Judicial Capabilities

V. Judicial Power Serving the People

Conclusion

Preface

The judicial system is a major component of the political system, while judicial impartiality is a significant guarantee of social justice.

Since the founding of New China in 1949, and especially since the reform and opening-up policies were introduced some three decades ago, China, proceeding from its national conditions, carrying on the achievements of Chinese traditional legal culture and learning from other civilizations regarding their rule of law, has been building and improving its socialist judicial system with Chinese characteristics, safeguarding social justice and making significant contributions to the rule of law of the mankind.

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