The Chinese president Mr. Xi Jinping’s government said it will make new laws on national security, monopolies, education, and culture. Signaling on that ongoing crackdown on various industrial sectors will continue to be the same. China’s cabinet, the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC), and the state council have published the plans as a part of a five-year plan. On Wednesday, the five-year plan was publicized for building a law-based government.
Xi Jinping has made the “rule of law” which is one of the several signature aspects of his governance style. It will be extended to the third term next year if as expected. The CPC report also revealed that the blueprint for five years till 2025 will also focus on improving the legislation around public health by rephrasing the infectious law and the “frontier health and quarantine law”. The ten-point plan was reported by the Xinhua news agency. According to them, China’s top leadership urged governments of all levels to promote law-based administration with the help of digital technologies. They further urge the inclusion of the internet, big data, and artificial intelligence.
To improve the law-based business environment the government plan calls for concrete efforts to prevent the administrative power from eliminating or stifling competition.