China’s chief prosecutor Cao Jianming (left) walking to the stage to present his annual report to lawmakers and political advisers, after his Supreme Court counterpart Zhou Qiang (first from the right, first row) presented his, in Beijing on Sunday. Photo: Simon Song China’s chief prosecutor Cao Jianming (left) walking to the stage to present his annual report to lawmakers and political advisers, after his Supreme Court counterpart Zhou Qiang (first from the right, first row) presented his, in Beijing on Sunday. Photo: Simon Song
China’s chief prosecutor Cao Jianming (left) walking to the stage to present his annual report to lawmakers and political advisers, after his Supreme Court counterpart Zhou Qiang (first from the right, first row) presented his, in Beijing on Sunday. Photo: Simon Song

China’s top court lists jailing rights activists as its biggest achievement

Supreme court and top prosecutor’s office pat themselves on the back for safeguarding state security by sentencing those who subverted state power

Topic |   China's Two Sessions 2017
China’s chief prosecutor Cao Jianming (left) walking to the stage to present his annual report to lawmakers and political advisers, after his Supreme Court counterpart Zhou Qiang (first from the right, first row) presented his, in Beijing on Sunday. Photo: Simon Song China’s chief prosecutor Cao Jianming (left) walking to the stage to present his annual report to lawmakers and political advisers, after his Supreme Court counterpart Zhou Qiang (first from the right, first row) presented his, in Beijing on Sunday. Photo: Simon Song
China’s chief prosecutor Cao Jianming (left) walking to the stage to present his annual report to lawmakers and political advisers, after his Supreme Court counterpart Zhou Qiang (first from the right, first row) presented his, in Beijing on Sunday. Photo: Simon Song
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