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Minister of Public Security promised reform following President Xi’s criticism on police’s unregulated, unjust, and uncivilized conducts

(People's Daily Online)    06:11, May 22, 2016

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Minister of Public Security Guo Shengkun chaired a meeting inside Ministry of Public Security on May 21, passing on the remarks President Xi made a day before. A third edition of rules on law enforcement’s conducts was also passed on Saturday’s meeting, aiming to regulate the police’s conducts in law enforcement process.

President Xi Jinping emphasized on the importance of regulating law enforcement at a meeting of the Central Leading Group for Deepening Overall Reform on May 20. “Guidelines on Building a Standardized Public Security Law Enforcement” was passed at the meeting.

Guo asked police from all levels to focus on the outstanding problems. Any unregulated, unjust, and uncivilized conducts will be rectified and eliminated. Law enforcement basis, procedures and activities shall be regulated to ensure that law enforcement power is bind by the institutional framework. Strengthened supervision will be put on police, said Guo at the meeting, stressing to seek the responsibility of law enforcement handling each case. Any police who violate the discipline or law will receive serious punishment.

(Translated from article published on Ministry of Public Security website, URL: http://rmrbimg2.people.cn/data/rmrbwap/2016/05/21/cms_1672637589898240.html) 

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