Latest News:  

English>>China Society

China posts top court's judgments online


08:04, July 03, 2013

BEIJING, July 2 (Xinhua) -- In a bid to improve judicial transparency, China's top court has posted its first batch of judgments online, the judicial management office of the Supreme People's Court (SPC) said Tuesday.

All of the judgements made by the SPC will continue to be publicized on its official website (, except those concerning national secrets, trade secrets or personal privacy.

The office said the move is conducive to both guaranteeing people's rights to be informed and reinforcing judicial supervision.

In order to protect people's legitimate rights, personal information related to the cases, including names, home addresses and ID card numbers, will be redacted before the judgments are posted online,

With the help of the Internet, judicial publicity will also broaden its coverage easily and at low cost, as well as further facilitate the professional skills of judges, according to the office.

We Recommend:

China's weekly story (2013 6.15-6.21)

Nightclub girls: Living at night

Photo story: Chinese crowds

Experiences of hazy life in Beijing

Technology to crack down on fake products

Dog carrying cat down street

Wait and See! I can catch you, rats

A university graduate's shepherd career

Terraced fields in southwest China

Email|Print|Comments(Editor:HuangJin、Chen Lidan)

Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. PLAAF's female fighter pilots

  2. PLA Hong Kong Garrison

  3. People mark Canada Day across country

  4. A light dream of LED R&D engineer

  5. Rainstorms triggers flood in Chongqing

  6. Beijing's blue sky after hazy days

  7. Xu Jinglei attends Dior Haute Couture

  8. Body painting show at a shopping mall

  9. China plugs into Indonesian phone mart

  10. China's largest railway terminal officially opens

Most Popular


  1. Abe's 'values diplomacy' goes against the grain
  2. New features of the 5th Cross-Strait Forum
  3. Six questions about China’s space lecture
  4. Time to rethink taste for freshly killed poultry
  5. Inequality grinding the gears of growth engine
  6. Manila mulling wider access for US, Japan
  7. Marriages are made in heaven not in fairs
  8. China can curb credit crunch: ADB official
  9. As house prices rise, 'wild' theories thrive
  10. PBOC's caution amid cash crunch to pay off

What’s happening in China

China's weekly story (2013 6.22-6.28)

  1. Heilongjiang issues blue rainstorm alert
  2. China begins oceanauts recruitment process
  3. China shares gains on climate change adaption
  4. Final hearing for mother's labor camp suit begins
  5. Beijing police bust 237 foreigners