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  Relevant government depart- ments are making plans on reforming the re-education through labor system, and are expected to release the plans by the end of this year, said Chinese Premier Li Keqiang when meeting the press on March 17 after the closing of this year’s full session of the National People’s Congress(NPC), the country’s top legislature.

  A few days earlier, at a press conference held on March 9, Lang Sheng, Deputy Director of the Commission for Legislative Affairs of the NPC Standing Committee, said that the re-education through labor system should be reformed to keep up with the times and it would not take long for people to see progress.

  First introduced in the 1950s, the re-education through labor system allows police to detain people for up to four years without an open trial.

  The system is problematic because there is no supervisory mechanism to check the power of police authorities to impose re-education measures, and the system denies citizens of their rights to defense and appeal, sa

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id Di Yingqi, an NPC deputy and Dean of the Law School at Henan University of Economics and Law.

   Calls for change

  Re-education through labor was a measure adopted to maintain social order while the country’s legal system was not well-established, and it played its role in that situation, according to Chen Jiping, a member of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, China’s top advisory body.

  The measure has been abused in some circumstances; for instance, some petitioners and critics of government have been sent to receive re-education through labor.

  Chen believes the time is right to abolish the re-education through labor system, citing two reasons: First, the legal system is relatively mature, for instance, offenders such as drug users can now be punished under the Anti-Drug Law; second, in recent years, community corrections have grown significantly and yielded good results in rehabilitating juvenile offenders or those whose offenses are not serious enough to be prosecuted according to the Criminal Law.

  According to Chen, misdemeanors can be punished according to the Law on Penalties for Administration of Public Security.

  In response to concerns that abrogation of re-education through labor might mean some offenders will not be punished for their misconduct, Di said such worries are unwarranted because existing laws are enough to punish various off