BEIJING -- China's Supreme People's Procuratorate on Wednesday issued a guideline on exercising procuratorial functions for the building of the pilot free trade zones (FTZs), with 15 measures put forward to provide better legal services.
The guideline stresses enhancing the judicial protection of market entities in the FTZs, promoting the unification and standardization of judicial practices to protect the property rights of enterprises and the lawful rights and interests of employees.
The principle of the dialectical relationship between punishing crimes and supporting reforms should be correctly understood, protecting the enthusiasm for institutional innovations while striking a balance between punishment and compassion to improve the accuracy in case handling, it says.
The document also notes the need to accept public supervision during the handling of cases and create a favorable environment for development in the FTZs.
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