China To Amend Law For Smoother State Compensation Procedures

From Xinhua:

China on Thursday discussed drafting an amendment to the state compensation law, which would guarantee smoother channels and improved procedures for victims seeking compensation from state organs.

State organs under compensatory obligations should decide whether to compensate or not within two months after receiving appeals, according to the amendment, which was being scrutinized by the Fifth Session of the Standing Committee of the 11th National People’s Congress.

Those who claimed compensation from state organs but were not satisfied with the result, could complain to the state organs’ superior departments, the amendment said.

If they were still not satisfied or didn’t receive prompt replies, they could appeal to the courts at the same level, according to the draft.

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