Judicial System


A brief introduction of China's judicial administration

Updated: Dec 21, 2017 english.legalinfo.gov.cn Print

The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is a department under the State Council and is in charge of the national judicial administration work. According to the Notice of the General Office of the State Council on Issuing the Provisions on the Main Functions, Internal Bodies and Staffing of the Ministry of Justice(No.64 [2008] by the General Office of the State Council), the MOJ assumes the following duties: judicial assisstance; resettlement, assistance and educationof released persons; the construction of judicial administrative organs; community correction management; judicial administration on drug rehabilitation; judicial offices; prison management; legal publicity and education; national judicial examination; judicial authentication; legal aid; people's meditation; notarization and the work on lawyers. For detailed information, please click here: http://english.legalinfo.gov.cn/administrative.html

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