China's top judge pledges stronger support for Xinjiang courts

21:03, September 19, 2010      

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China's top judge on Sunday pledged stronger aid, including talent support, trial guidance and fund guarantee, for the judicial sector in far western Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Wang Shengjun, president of the Supreme People's Court (SPC), said the aid could effectively improve judicial capability of Xinjiang courts,ensure quality and improve conditions of handling legal cases in Xinjiang.

This would "provide stronger judicial guarantee for Xinjiang's prosperity and stability," Wang told the second symposium on aid to Xinjiang courts, which opened Sunday in Urumqi, Xinjiang's regional capital.

He said efforts should be made to train legal and bilingual talents, improve management of officials coming to Xinjiang to assist its development, and support Xinjiang courts to translate and publish judges' training textbooks from Chinese to ethnic minority languages, in order to boost Xinjiang judges' judicial capabilities.

Trials concerning national security, mineral resources disputes and other conflicts in the region's development, can receive guidance from the SPC, he said.

Wang said the region's Higher People's Court and the court of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps should strengthen supervision of the aid fund and ensure efficiency of its use.

Source: Xinhua


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