As with all reforms, the devil is in the details with China's Hukou system (household registration system) reforms. Take a look at this translation and the original text to start to get an idea of what might really be in store.
Posts published in July 2014
The NPC clears up a few loose ends in the Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law.... some of the updates are interesting, some are not..... but they are all important if you are trying to understand the law.
The most detailed information on the specific elements for reform that we've seen
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As it seems that some people don't enjoy reading translated legislation, here is a brief synopsis of the new SPC rules for accepting party supervision of cases in the Chinese courts.
The SPC's new rules on public oversight of the courts, aimed to help build the credibility of the judiciary, look a lot like customer satisfaction policies at retail venues, and that's not a bad thing.