The Supreme People's Court (SPC) reiterated "zero tolerance" of domestic violence on Sunday, with a pledge to continue the intensified efforts to efficiently deal with relevant cases and prevent victims from being further harmed.
On Nov 22, the first training program for judges from BRICS countries kicked off at the National Judges College (NJC) of China.
In order to better guide courts at all levels to accurately enforce the Yangtze River protection law, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) released five guiding cases on the protection of the Yangtze River.
The third China-Singapore case study forum on international commercial adjudication was held at the National Judges College (NJC) of China on Nov 17.
On Nov 16, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) held a meeting to launch a campaign to mobilize courts nationwide to enhance their capability of resolving disputes at the source and build themselves into demonstration courts of the "Fengqiao model".
The closing ceremony of the training program for judges from developing countries was held at the Supreme People's Court (SPC) of China on Nov 14.