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Senior legislator stresses int'l exchanges, cooperation in law studies

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BEIJING, Oct. 2 (Xinhua) — Wang Chen, vice chairman of the National People’s Congress Standing Committee, on Friday said China is willing to strengthen mutual learning with law scholars from various countries. Wang, also a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remarks while addressing a forum held in Beijing via video link. Wang hoped for more exchanges and cooperation in law education, research and practice, calling for joint studies with foreign law professionals and experience sharing to strengthen the legal protection of public health. He also emphasized reforming the global governance system and training law talent. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, China has been sticking to the rule of law in coordinating epidemic control with economic and social development, Wang said. The forum was attended by heads of law schools from across the world.

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