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Child traffickers face tougher penalties

Tony 2015-06-25 09:37:22




Human traffickers are likely to face tougher penalties, and the list of punishable terrorist activities is set to be expanded, under proposed revisions to the Criminal Law that have been advanced to a second reading by legislators.

The ninth draft amendment to the Criminal Law was submitted to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on Wednesday for further deliberation at the legislature's bimonthly session.

The revision to the provision concerning child trafficking aims to increase penalties for those who buy children.