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At a Glance
    2018-05-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Personal safety

CHINA’S Supreme People’s Court (SPC) said Tuesday that it will release rules to guarantee the personal safety of people’s assessors and their close relatives, as well as their property.

People’s assessors are citizens that are authorized to work with professional judges to try cases in court, according to a law adopted in April.

The announcement, made at a joint meeting of the SPC and China’s Ministry of Justice (MOJ), also stressed that those who retaliate against, insult, libel, or commit violence toward people’s assessors should be held liable.

15 jailed

A COUNTY court in North China’s Shanxi Province has sentenced convicts in five tomb-robbing cases to prison terms ranging from eight to 20 years.

According to the court of Wenxi County, the criminals had been robbing protected ancient tombs around the province. One of them, who had served prison sentences for similar crimes before committing the crime again, was sentenced to 15 years in prison and fined 300,000 yuan (US$46,675).

Bus Rapid Transit

BEIJING has started building a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line connecting the downtown area with its new government center in the eastern suburbs of the city, Beijing Public Transport said Tuesday.

The 26.2-km BRT line has 16 stops and runs from the currently under construction Maquan station near the southeast second ring road to Tongzhou District, where a new government center is under construction.

The BRT line will include bus lanes, overpasses and underground tunnels, according to Beijing Public Transport.

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