The Administrative Litigation Law is one of the key ways Chinese citizens can enforce their rights against government organs and actors. This second draft is now open for comments to the NPC, until September 20th, 2014. We need help fast to translate this one!
A translation of the previous draft revisions as incorporated into the full text law is available here:
First Round Revisions [more]
The one-child policy general means not only that birth control and abortion are readily available in China, but also that great emphasis is placed on parental rights to their children. The exception is when you want to learn of, or choose the gender of a child. This revisision for comments is a rare opportunity to voice opinions on China's abortion and family planning rules directly to the relevant authorities.
Highlights include specific penalties for violations and limited definitions of medical necessity.[more]
This proposed revision of the state security law, open for comments until 9/15/2014, changes the law’s name and focus. Recent headlines have made clear that China views an increasingly broad range of foreign activity as 'espionage' making this draft law all the more daunting. Harsh penalties and vague definitions are the norm.[more]