CPPCC research group investigates judgment-enforcement difficulties
A Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference’s research group led by Shen Deyong, vice-president of China’s top court, attended an investigation forum on basic resolutions to judgment enforcement difficulties from May 15 to 16 in Northern China’s Henan province.
Shen said that for a long time, problems with judgment enforcement have been perplexing the work of court and have become a focus of attention of the entire society.
It’s necessary to uphold the Party’s leadership and give full play to political and institutional advantage for a stronger work force, according to Shen.
He also pointed out the need to adhere to reform and innovation, steadily promote institutional reform and raise working standards.
Shen also emphasized that judgment enforcement information disclosure should be strengthened and enforcement efficiency improved.
Shen added that it’s obligatory to stick to goals and problem-oriented work, focus on the present and explore setting up a long-term working mechanism with a long-term perspective to break bottleneck problems in judgment enforcement.