Supreme Procurator: Severely crack down on all kinds of illegal and criminal acts involving floods and disasters such as price hikes in accordance with the law

  Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, July 23 (Reporter Liu Shuo) The Supreme People’s Procuratorate issued on the 23rd the "Notice on Giving Full Play to the Procuratorial Function to Do the Current Flood Prevention and Disaster Relief and Stability Work", emphasizing the need to base its procuratorial functions and resolutely safeguard the lives and property of the people. Safety provides a strong legal guarantee for flood prevention and disaster relief.

  The notice pointed out that procuratorial organs at all levels should fully understand the current severe situation facing flood prevention and disaster relief, always pay attention to and pay close attention to the flood and disaster situation, and go all out to do a good job in flood prevention and flood prevention, rescue and disaster relief, and maintenance of stability.

It is necessary to promptly report to the local party committee the outstanding problems encountered in flood prevention and disaster relief and maintenance of stability, take the initiative to put forward suggestions for solutions, and be a good legal adviser.

  The notice emphasized that it is necessary to severely crack down on various flood-related and disaster-related illegal and criminal acts in accordance with the law, such as destroying flood prevention facilities, looting disaster relief materials, and driving up prices, and resolutely maintain the order of flood prevention and disaster relief work.

We must concentrate our efforts on handling criminal, civil, and administrative complaint cases involving floods and disasters, and strive to resolve contradictions at the grassroots level, at the local level, and at the first stage of the process.

It is necessary to strengthen criminal enforcement procuratorial work, supervise and urge supervision sites to implement flood prevention measures to ensure the safety of supervision sites.