Rule of law strengthens social stability in new era: Editorial

Among all the reports submitted for review to the national legislature at its annual session, those by the Supreme Peop

le’s Court and Supreme People’s Procuratorate have been a focus of attention in the past.

Their comparatively high rates of disapproval have corresponded to the dissatisfacti

on with such hated phenomena as the corruption, inaction and inability of officials. The pressure has

thus been heavy on the two institutions to improve both their performance and reports.

This year, not only have they been more serious about the documents — the Supreme Pe

ople’s Court set up a drafting panel as early as October, and the less than 11,000 character text reportedly unde

rwent 35 “major revisions” before it was delivered to the National People’s Congress on Tuesday — but they also sho

wed that they have made targeted efforts to alleviate public concerns.On its part, the procuratorat

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