judicial corruption

Loyalty to Xi Lies at Core of Public Security Purge

The New York Times’ Chris Buckley reports on a new campaign against corruption and disloyalty in China’s public security machinery: Officials in China’s law-and-order apparatus have been ordered to “drive the blade...

Obama, Minister of China Petitions?

The recent poisoning death of Huang Yang, a graduate student at Fudan University in Shanghai, has triggered inquiries among netizens over the unsolved 1994 poisoning of Zhu Ling, then an undergraduate at Tsinghua University....

Top Judge Says More Legal Reform Needed

Amid concerns about the economy and social environment due to recent unrest in Tibet and Xinjiang, Supreme People’s Court President, Wang Shengjun, has said that the court will work to improve protection of economic and...

Computerized Sentencing Software, a Not-so-Bright Future – Guangzhou Daily

Translated by CDT from Guangzhou Daily: Zhao Yanguang (˵µÂª∑ÂÖâ) was, and still is, a professor at the law school of Wuhan University. He has devoted most of his adult life to researching what sentences to give to criminals based on the severity of their crime. And he himself didn’t know why he picked this subject, […]



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