The whistleblower case that shook the Chinese Supreme People's Court meant this year’s National People’s Congress was not as welcoming of the court’s report as it has been in the past. Photo: AFP The whistleblower case that shook the Chinese Supreme People's Court meant this year’s National People’s Congress was not as welcoming of the court’s report as it has been in the past. Photo: AFP
The whistleblower case that shook the Chinese Supreme People's Court meant this year’s National People’s Congress was not as welcoming of the court’s report as it has been in the past. Photo: AFP

China’s Supreme People’s Court stung as congress has its say on legal papers scandal

  • ‘Unanswered questions’ over judge-turned-whistleblower who admitted losing documents for major trial results in lowest approval rating in three years

Topic |   Two Sessions 2019 (Lianghui)
The whistleblower case that shook the Chinese Supreme People's Court meant this year’s National People’s Congress was not as welcoming of the court’s report as it has been in the past. Photo: AFP The whistleblower case that shook the Chinese Supreme People's Court meant this year’s National People’s Congress was not as welcoming of the court’s report as it has been in the past. Photo: AFP
The whistleblower case that shook the Chinese Supreme People's Court meant this year’s National People’s Congress was not as welcoming of the court’s report as it has been in the past. Photo: AFP
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