NPC Standing Committee Decision on LaoJiao

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Decision of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress concerning the abolishment of laws and regulations related to re-education through labor.

(December 28, 2013 by the 6th meeting of the Standing Committee of the Twelfth National People's Congress )

The sixth meeting of the Standing Committee of the Twelfth National People's Congress decides:

I. The "Resolution of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on Approving the Decision of the State Council on the Issue of Reeducation through Labor" and the "Decision of the State Council on the Issue of Reeducation Through Labor" adopted on the 78th Session of the Standing Committee of the 1st National People's Congress on August 1, 1957, are abolished.

II. The "Resolution of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on Approving the Supplementary Decision of State Council on Reeducation through Labor" and the "Supplementary Decision of State Council on Reeducation Through Labor" adopted on the 12th Session of the Standing Committee of the Fifth National People's Congress on November 29, 1979, are abolished.

III. Reeducation through labor decisions made in accordance with law prior to the abolition of the Reeducation through labor system were valid; after the abolition of the reeducation through labor system, persons currently being given reeducation through labor in accordance with law will be relieved from it, and remaining time will not again be enforced.

This decision shall enter into force on the date of its release.

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