China to Improve Grass-roots Law-enforcement: Reform Decision
   2013-11-15 19:09:03    Xinhua      Web Editor: Mao

China will strengthen law-enforcement in sectors related to people's livelihood, according to the full text of a key reform decision released by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Friday.

The CPC pledged to reinforce grass-roots law-enforcement power over food and drugs, work safety, environmental protection, labor and social security, as well as maritime space and sea islands.

According to the decision, approved at a plenary session of the CPC Central Committee on Tuesday, China will deepen reform of its administrative law enforcement system.

It said that China will establish an authoritative and efficient law-enforcement system by reorganizing law enforcement bodies, centralizing law-enforcement power and eliminating overlaps in the functions of various bodies.

The country will improve its urban management system and the quality of law-enforcement activities and other services, the decision added.

The CPC also promised to better supervise administrative law-enforcement activities, regulate the discretionary power of law-enforcement bodies and ensure fair and civilized law enforcement.

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