Date
19 October 2017

Li signs regulation on state secrecy law, paper says

Premier Li Keqiang has signed an enforcement regulation on the state secrecy law in an effort to boost government transparency, China Daily reported Sunday. Under the regulation, state organs and units have been told not to label as “state secrets” items that should be made public, and that they should not publicize those related to state secrets, it said. The regulation defines secrecy levels and authority limits, and clarifies time limits for differing levels of confidentiality and conditions for declassification, the report said. 

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