Graft-busters of the Communist Party of China (CPC) have descended on some Party agencies and state organs, kicking off a new round of anti-corruption inspections.
The Communist Party of China (CPC) has launched a year-long campaign to instill the values it wants in its 88 million members.
The State Council, China's cabinet, has canceled the need to apply for intermediary services in 192 administrative procedures, in the latest move to cut red tape.
China's first domestic violence law, to take effect on March 1, was adopted after two hearings, instead of the ordinary three, an example of the changing rhythm and style of the current legislature.
The government has inaugurated a new office devoted to protecting minors, especially tens of millions of children "left behind" by their migrant worker parents.
China will set a plan to raise the statutory retirement age in 2017 to relieve pressures from an aging population, an official researcher said.
China's top legislature introduced oath-taking ceremony for new newly-appointed officials on Friday in accordance with a new regulation.
A draft law on deep seafloor resource exploration stresses that the activity should feature the principles of peaceful use, cooperation and sharing.
The Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC) convened its bimonthly session Wednesday, deliberating legislation on deep sea exploration and the agenda for the fourth annual session of the 12th NPC.
Members of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) and some NPC deputies on Thursday reviewed the draft report of the top legislature's work in 2015.
Journalists from China and abroad are being invited to cover two major Chinese political meetings next month.
The total number of deputies to the National People's Congress (NPC) stood at 2,943 as the top legislature confirmed the election, resignation and dismissal of deputies on Friday.