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Access to Justice (司法公正)

Ex-Interpol chief’s wife gets asylum in France
Associated Press, May 13, 2019

Wife of jailed rights lawyer gets two letters “admitting” to “crimes”
Radio Free Asia, May 13, 2019

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王全璋监狱“来信” 妻会见无门 (Li Wenzu’s attempts to visit husband Wang Quanzhang are futile; she receives suspicious handwritten letters)
Deutsche Welle, May 13, 2019

司法解释涉群众利益可公开征求意见 (New regulation allows Supreme People’s Procuratorate to solicit public opinion through newspaper and internet for judicial interpretations that “involve public interest”)
Legal Daily, May 13, 2019
HRIC Note: The newly-amended regulation was issued on May 13, 2019, effective immediately. In preparing draft judicial interpretations, the Supreme People’s Procuratorate (SPP) must now consult relevant authorities and local and special procuratorates. Where it deems necessary, the SPP may also consult the National People’s Congress, political advisors, and scholars. If the Procurator-General gives authorization, the SPP may also solicit public opinion via newspaper and internet for cases involving the interests of the general public.

內地維權律師余文生妻子稱相信丈夫案件已秘密開庭審訊 (Xu Yan, wife of detained rights lawyer Yu Wensheng, says she believes secret trial for Yu has already convened in Jiangsu)
Radio Television Hong Kong, May 11, 2019

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