Ten women serving in procuratorial organs have been honored as this year's National Outstanding Female Prosecutors, according to the results of a commendation and promotion activity to identify the distinguished female prosecutors which was launched in March this year.
The China Women Prosecutors Association (CWPA), acting on the recommendation and application by local procuratorial organs, presented the personal profiles of the candidates to the public in the form of videos, texts and pictures.
It invited deputies to the National People's Congress, members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and leaders of the Supreme People's Procuratorate, the All-China Women's Federation, the All-China Federation of Trade Unions and other relevant departments, as well as experts and scholars, to serve as judges.
In the end, 10 outstanding female prosecutors in 2020 were selected, and another 21 candidates were shortlisted.
|Cui Yu, a prosecutor working at the First Branch of the Beijing People's Procuratorate, is one of the 10 outstanding female prosecutors in 2020. [sohu.com]|
Cui Yu, director of the Second procuratorial department of the First Branch of the Beijing People's Procuratorate, who is mainly responsible for handling duty-related crimes, was ranked among the 10 outstanding female prosecutors. In recent years, she has successfully handled a number of exemplary cases, of which many were described as "classic cases," and also received four third-class merit awards and six commendations.
|Liu Jiaqing, deputy director of the Third Procuratorial Department of the First Branch of Tianjin People's Procuratorate [spp.gov.cn]|
Liu Jiaqing, deputy director of the Third Procuratorial Department of the First Branch of Tianjin People's Procuratorate, is another recipient of the honorary title this year. She started working in the procuratorial organ in 2005, and received the titles of the National Model Prosecutor and the Media Influencer in the Political and Legal Sector on the 40th Anniversary of Reform and Opening Up in 2018.
Liu has taken part in many major corruption cases involving senior officials. Given her hard work, she has won many awards and honorary titles over the past 15 years.
|Gu Beilei, who serves as a prosecutor in Dengfeng City of Central China's Henan Province, shares legal knowledge with students. [henandaily.cn]|
Gu Beilei, director of the Fifth Procuratorial Department of the Dengfeng People's Procuratorate in
Central China's Henan Province, has been responsible for more than 830 cases with no mistakes since she took the job in 2014.
After the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, she volunteered to join community-based epidemic prevention and control for 57 days. To promote the resumption of work and production, she coordinated anti-epidemic materials and strived for preferential policies such as enterprise loans for 12 private enterprises. She also insisted on handling dozens of letters and visits of complaints and petitions amid the epidemic to the satisfaction of the people.
Gu has paid close attention to cases involving minors in recent years and attempted to carry out parenting education in her work, providing help and education to the minors involved and their parents. Because of her excellent performance, she was rated as one of the National Outstanding Female Prosecutors this year.
Liu Hua, President of the CWPA, expressed her hope that all female procurators across the country will follow the example of these outstanding models, strive to improve their professional skills, provide targeted assistance to women, children and families in need, and make new and greater contributions to the building of a moderately prosperous society in all aspects.
(Women of China)
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