New Construction Program for legalization of Religious work Launched by SARA
By Yang Yi, July 27, 2016 15:07 PM
A new program for “Government ‘rule by law’(2015-2020)”has just been launched by State Administration for Religious Affairs (SARA) in Beijing, China.
Launched at the same time is the Implementation Plan of the program, including total requirements, work tasks, specific measure and work requirements. All parts are set to contribute for a higher level of government's religious work.
The said program and its implementation plan is to promote the legalization of the religious work of government of all levels.
The State Administration for Religious Affairs is a functional department under the State Council in charge of religious affairs and issues.
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