NPCSC Solicits Public Comments on Four Draft Laws: June 28, 2018

UPDATE (Jun. 28, 2018): The deadline has been updated per newest information on the NPC’s website.


The NPC Standing Committee (NPCSC) is now soliciting public comments on the following four draft laws through July 28, 2018:

  1. draft amendment to Individual Income Tax Law 个人所得税法修正案草案 (Summary)
  2. second draft revision to People’s Courts Organic Law 人民法院组织法修订草案二次审议稿 (English)
  3. second draft revision to People’s Procuratorates Organic Law 人民检察院组织法修订草案二次审议稿 (English)
  4. third draft of E-Commerce Law 电子商务法草案三次审议稿 (English)

All linked files are PDF documents in Chinese. English translations are either completed or underway at the links provided above. The accompanying explanations of these drafts can be read here (PDF).

To submit comments online, please refer to these instructions. The “Occupations” dropdown lists for draft revisions to the People’s Courts Organic Law and the People’s Procuratorates Organic Law include these items, from top to bottom: court staff (法院工作人员), procuratorate staff (检察院工作人员), staff of other state institutions (其他国家机关工作人员), lawyers (律师), and other personnel (其他人员).

Comments can also be mailed to the NPCSC Legislative Affairs Commission (全国人大常委会法制工作委员会) at the following address:

Chinese: 北京市西城区前门西大街1号 邮编:100805
English: No. 1 West Qianmen Avenue, Xicheng District, Beijing 100805

Please clearly write “[BILL NAME IN CHINESE]征求意见” on the envelope.


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