China provides satisfying legal services via Internet

Published: May 21, 2019
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BEIJING: China’s government-run website has provided satisfying legal services to the public via the Internet in the past year, with user satisfaction reaching 90.8 per cent.

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The 12348 website was launched by Ministry of Justice in May 2018 and has seen 170 million log-ins, and more than six million registered users, with about 700,000 cases being handled online and around five million inquiries made, according to a press conference held by the ministry Monday.

A total of 922 people, including lawyers, notaries and legal aid workers, were selected by the ministry to form a team which aims to offer timely and authoritative legal services to the public through the website.

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The website on Monday also launched an English channel, a new page to offer legal assistance for migrant workers and a map of legal service institutions across the country.

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