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Prosecutors resolve 6,300 administrative disputes in 14 months

By Yang Zekun | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2021-02-23 21:20

Prosecutors across the country solved about 6,300 administrative dispute cases in a 14-month-long operation, effectively protecting the legitimate rights and interests of involved parties, the Supreme People's Procuratorate said on Tuesday.

The operation lasted from November 2019 to December 2020. It aimed to resolve administrative disputes in a substantive way, seek justice for the people and safeguard the rights and interests of the people and social stability.

Prosecutors resolved over 390 administrative disputes involving private enterprises and held more than 1,100 public hearings on administrative disputes that lasted for a long time, were difficult to resolve or had great social impact.

They sent over 1,300 procuratorial suggestions to administrative departments in cases that they failed to fulfill the court's judgment, causing the loss of the applicants' legitimate rights and interests.

Additionally, the procuratorial organs throughout the country sent over 6,000 procuratorial suggestions on judicial personnel's illegal acts and over 25,000 suggestions on violations of the law in their law enforcement activities.

"The operation has achieved positive results and reached the expected objectives," said Yang Chunlei, the Supreme People's Procuratorate deputy chief.

Administrative disputes involve administrative departments and interested parties, and the settlement of such disputes concerns the harmony between officials and the public, he said.

In practice, some disputes had not been substantively resolved for a long time, affecting the people's sense of gain and breeding social anger, Yang said.

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