BEIJING, July 21 (Xinhua) -- China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) is considering putting courts under anti-corruption supervision by parties involved in legal cases, according to an SPC circular issued Sunday.
The circular stipulates that all relevant case information, including status of case filing, enforcement measures and investigation and control of property, should be sent to parties involved in the case.
The concerned parties can also inquire about the progress of case handling, and the court and personnel should give timely feedback, the circular said.
The courts will provide an "anti-corruption oversight card" to parties when accepting a case. The parties may consult the card, which lists 18 types of violations, to aid them when supervising cases.
The courts will also randomly pick a number of closed cases each year for follow-up through phone interviews or home visits, the circular said.
The discipline inspection department of the people's court should deal with complaints and suggestions from involved parties in a timely manner and send them the results.