The Chinese government attaches great importance to advancing the rule of law, and China is willing to have more judicial cooperation with other countries, according to President Xi Jinping.
Xi made the remarks in a letter of congratulation to the 22nd annual conference and general meeting of the International Association of Prosecutors, which opened Monday morning in Beijing.
“As representatives of the public interest, prosecutors shoulder important responsibilities,” Xi said. “The annual conference, focusing on prosecution in the public interest and building a safe, fair, harmonious and rule-of-law society, holds significance to the progress of rule of law in countries involved.”
Xi stressed the Chinese government attached great importance to the rule of law and had continuously pushed forward legislation in a scientific way, with strict law-enforcement, judicial justice and complete law compliance.
“China works to ensure the country, the government and society are all under the rule of law,” the president said.
“The Chinese procuratorates are important players in protecting the national and public interest, as they have the functions of punishing and preventing crime and supervising litigation,” Xi said.
Xi encouraged prosecutors from all around the world to share their experience in protecting the public interest and advancing the rule of law to deepen judicial cooperation.