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Supreme People's Court pushes judicial openness

By Cao Yin | China Daily | Updated: 2016-11-18 07:36

Aiming to increase judicial transparency, an official of China's top court said that Chinese courts have been asked to improve the quality of data they disclose. The great achievements in judicial openness of the past three years will continue.

At the November 10 public unveiling of the top court's internal work database, Xu Jianfeng, director of information center at the Supreme People's Court said: "To ensure the quality of disclosed information and provide better legal services for residents will be main tasks for courts at all levels."

The database, set up in 2013, has collected information about more than 90 million cases from 3,519 courts nationwide as of the end of October, according to a statement of the top court.

Supreme People's Court pushes judicial openness

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