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                              ?China trains more ethnic language-speaking judges

                              2016/9/7 9:44:46      Click:495

                              China trains more ethnic language-speaking judges

                              By Cao Yin (chinadaily.com.cn) Updated : 2016-09-02


                              A training session to educate and improve the ethnic languages of judges was held at Minzu University of China on Friday, with joint efforts of Chinas top court and the State Ethnic Affairs Commission.

                              The university is also a base to cultivate judges who can speak ethnic languages, according to a statement provided by the Supreme Peoples Court.

                              Liu Hui, deputy director of the commission, said during the opening ceremony that protecting ethnic languages is a good way to improve legal services in ethnic areas across the country, and hopes the base will be a platform to educate ethnic judicial talents.

                              "We will further cooperate with the top national court in solving disputes or legal problems in the ethnic regions, and studying and making some practical ethnic language references for judges," Liu added.

                              Xu Jiaxin, director of the political department of the top court, suggested that it make full use of people in ethnic colleges and pay close attention to cultivating their legal knowledge, "as it is a must to ensure access to justice in ethnic regions."

                              Since 2014, the top court has provided training courses which allowed over 200 judges to learn Uyghur and Tibetan languages, the statement added.

                              Jiang Qibo, chief judge of Case Filing Department with the top court, said last year that an ethnic online platform for making lawsuits is in the works and will be launch by the end of this year.

                              Right now, the top courts website, where verdicts are posted, has provided ethnic language services for litigants.

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