CHINA China to launch inspections on building of law-based government


China to launch inspections on building of law-based government


17:24, December 13, 2019


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BEIJING -- The office of the Commission for Overall Law-based Governance of the Communist Party of China Central Committee will launch inspections on the building of law-based government.

The inspections, which will last seven days, will see eight groups of inspectors visit the provinces of Hebei, Shanxi, Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Guizhou, Yunnan, Shaanxi and Gansu.

Led by provincial and ministerial-level officials, inspection teams will be composed of personnel from relevant departments of central authorities, experts, scholars, lawyers and reporters.

The move is expected to help sum up experiences, spot problems, clarify responsibilities, boost implementation and accelerate the building of law-based government, according to sources from the office.

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