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Access to Justice (司法公正)

美宗教大使:若中方不改善李明哲處境,美方不排除進一步手段 (U.S. ambassador for international religious freedom calls on China to release jailed Taiwan activist Lee Ming-che)
The Initium, March 12, 2019

China’s judiciary works for “stability of regime, system”: Top judge
Radio Free Asia, March 12, 2019

检举人王林清引起的争议给中国“司法进步”蒙上阴影 (Case of disappeared Wang Linqing casts shadow on China’s claimed “judicial progressiveness”)
Voice of America, March 12, 2019

Related:“陕西千亿矿权案”暴露的中国法院副卷弊病 (Flaws of Chinese courts exposed by missing papers in mine ownership case)
Radio Free Asia, March 12, 2019

街头屏幕曝光老赖合法吗?江西省高院院长:合法 (Are billboards exposing citizen misconduct legal? Jiangxi High Court judge says they are)
Sina, March 12, 2019

Another Jasic Struggle confession footage emerges: Ideological struggle drawing a veil over class warfare
Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, March 12, 2019

(两会受权发布)最高人民法院工作报告(摘要)(Supreme People’s Court report to NPC: People’s courts have severely punished national security crimes including subversion of state power, “firmly defended national political security, especially security of the regime and the system”)
Xinhua, March 13, 2019

(两会受权发布)最高人民检察院工作报告(摘要) (Supreme People’s Procuratorate report to NPC: 6.4% increase on charges against crimes infringing women’s personal rights, 105% increase in lawsuits of migrant workers supported by procuratorial organ)
Xinhua, March 13, 2019

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