Explanatory Notes on Main Statistical Indicators

 

Cases Registered and Handled Directly by Peoples Procuratorate Offices  refer to those serious criminal cases that, according to the functional jurisdiction, are registered and handled by the Peoples Procuratorate Offices, including the ones on bribery and corruption, the ones on abuse and dereliction of duty, offenses against citizens personal and democratic rights by government officials abusing their powers; and that are registered and handled by the provincial Procuratorate offices in relation to other major crimes committed by government officials by abusing their powers.

Key Cases  refer to crimes committed by county and director-level and above officials. This indicator reflects the situation of those county and director-level and above officials involved in criminal cases registered and handled by Peoples Procuratorate offices.

Approval for Arrest  refers to the decision made by peoples procuratorate office, in accordance with the law and relevant facts, to approve the arrest of the suspect(s) as proposed by the public security departments, state security departments or prisons authority. This indicator reflects approved arrests made by peoples procuratorate offices that are proposed by related departments.

Decision on Arrest  refers to decision made by the peoples procuratorate office, in accordance with laws, to arrest the suspect(s) in the cases that are accepted and to be investigated by the procurators office. This indicator mainly reflects the implementation of the decision on arrest by peoples procuratorate office.

Application of Summary Procedure  refers to those cases of public prosecution where the suspects might be, according to law, sentenced to fixed-term imprisonment of no more than three years, criminal detention, public surveillance or punishment with fines exclusively by Peoples Court ; those cases where the facts are clear and the evidence is sufficient, and which the People's Procuratorate suggests or agrees that  the summary procedure is applied to; those cases to be handled only upon complaints; and those minor criminal cases prosecuted by the victims with evidence.

Protests Presented  refer to those protests presented by local People's Procuratorate at any level who considers that there exists some definite error in a judgment or order of first instance made by a People's Court at the same level to the People's Court at the next higher level, including the protests raised in accordance with the second instance and protests raised in accordance with procedure for trial supervision.

Supervision of Case Registered  refers to the actions made by the People's Procuratorate to supervise the criminal cases registered by investigative authorities, including supervision of the cases which have wrongly not been registered and have wrongly been registered.

Supervision of Case Registration includes both the supervision of the registrations by the investigatory authorities and the supervision of the implementation of the notifications to register after the investigatory authorities are requested to state reasons for not registering a case.

Supervisory Activities refers to the supervision of the Peoples Procuratorate over the management of prisons as well as other places of criminal reformation.

Juvenile Criminals refers to the offenders within the age range of 14 to 25 convicted guilty by the court during the reporting period while those between 14 and 18 are defined as minor offenders.

Administrative Cases  refer to the cases filed by citizens, corporations and other organizations against the specific administrative conducts of administrative authorities and handled by the court.

Separate Compensation  refers to cases that are separately filed for administrative compensation by the party who has no dispute on the legality of administrative conducts but brings proceedings separately to claim for damages caused by administrative tort.

Notary Personnel  refers to people working for notary offices including: directors, deputy directors, notaries, assistant notaries and other people providing assistance.

Notary Documents  refer to legally binding judicial notary documents developed at the request of the interested party based on facts and the law following certain legal proceedings.

Number of Labour Disputes Cases Accepted  refers to the number of cases of labour disputes submitted that, after being reviewed by the labour dispute arbitration committees in line with the relevant national regulations, are accepted and registered for treatment.

Basic Pension Insurance for Urban Staff and Workers

1. Number of staff and workers covered  refers to staff and workers participating in the basic pension insurance for urban staff and workers programme according to national laws, regulations and related policies at the end of the reference period, who have already had payment records in social security management agencies, including those who have interrupt payment without terminating the insurance programme. Those who have registered in the programme but with no payment records are not included.

2. Number of retirees   refers to the number of retirees participating in the basic pension insurance for urban staff and workers programmes by the end of the reference period.

3. Revenue of the basic pension insurance programme  refers to payments made by employers and individuals participating in the pension insurance programme in accordance with the basis and proportion stipulated in State regulations, and income from other sources that become the source of pension insurance fund, including the premium paid by employers and staff and workers, interest income, subsidies from higher level agencies, income as transfer from subordinate agencies, transferred income, government financial subsidies and other income.

4. Expenditure of basic pension insurance programme  refer to payment made on pensions and funeral subsidies to those covered in pension insurance programmes according to related national policies on scope and standard of expenditure. Also included are expenditure which arises due to shift of the insurance relationship or adjustment of funds among agencies. More specifically, included are pensions for resigned people, pensions for retired people, pension for people quitting jobs, various subsidies, medical fees, funeral subsidies, compensation payments, management fees for social security agencies, expenses on subsidies to lower subordinates, expenses as transfer to agencies at higher level, transferred expenditure and other expenditure.

5. Balance of basic pension insurance programme  refers to the balance of basic pension insurance funds at the end of the reference period after deducting expenses from revenue.

Basic Pension Insurance for Urban and Rural Residents

1. Number of participants  refers to people participating in the basic pension insurance for urban and rural residents programme who registered with the participation and established payment records, and who were 60 years old or above when the system was established and registered with the participation.. Those who cancelled their registration are not included.

2. Revenue of the insurance programme  refers to the revenue from the payments made, in accordance with related regulations of the government, by individuals participating in the basic pension insurance for urban and rural residents programme and from the subsidies contributed by collective subsidies, public finance and other sources. It includes the payment by individual participants, collective subsidies, government subsidies, interest income, transferred income, subsidies from higher levels, contributions from lower levels, and income from other sources.

3. Expenditure of the insurance programme  refers to payment made to those covered in the basic pension insurance for urban and rural residents according to related national policies on scope and standard of expenditure. Also included are expenditures which arise due to movement of participants among different locations. It includes the payment to the individual participants, transferred expenditures, expenses on subsidies to lower subordinates, expenses as transfer to agencies at higher level, and other expenditures.

4. Balance of insurance programme  refers to the balance of basic pension insurance funds for urban and rural residents at the end of the reference period after deducting expenses from revenue.

Basic Medical Care Insurance

1. Number of people participating in the insurance programme  refers to people participating in the basic medical care insurance programme according to related regulations at the end of the reference period.

2. Revenue of the insurance programme  refers to payments made by employers and individuals participating in the medical care insurance programme in accordance with the basis and proportion stipulated in State regulations, government subsidies and income from other sources that become the source of medical insurance fund, including payment by employers and individuals, financial assistance (including medical assistance subsidiaries to individuals), financial subsidies, interest income and other incomes.

3. Expenditure of the insurance programme  refers to medical care payment made to people covered in basic medical care insurance programme within the scope and standards of expenditure according to related national policies, and other expenses, including medical expenses of hospital inpatients, medical expenses for outpatients and emergency patients, payment to individual accounts and other expenditure.

4. Balance of the basic medical care insurance programme  refers to the balance of medical care insurance funds at the end of the reference period after deducting expenses from revenue.

Unemployment Insurance

1. Number of people covered  refers to staff and workers in urban enterprises or institutions who have participated in the unemployment insurance programme according to relevant policies and regulations, and other people who have participated according to local government regulations at the end of the reference period.

2. Revenue of the unemployment insurance programme  refers to the total unemployment insurance funds raised in the reference period, including unemployment insurance premium, interest income, financial subsidies, other incomes, transferred income, subsidies from higher level agencies and income as transfer from subordinate agencies.

3. Expenditure of the unemployment insurance programme  refers to total expenses during the reference period to guarantee the basic livelihood of unemployed people, and to encourage their re-employment. Included are unemployment relief, medical fees, funeral subsidies, compensation payments, training expenses, job placement expenses, one-time subsistence allowance for contracted migrant workers, other expenditures, transferred expenditure,  expenses as transfer to higher level agencies and subsidies to lower level agencies.

4. Balance of the unemployment insurance programme  refers to the balance of revenue of the programme after deducting expenses at the end of the reference period.

Work Injury Insurance

1. Number of people covered  refers to staff and workers who have participated in the work injury insurance programme and employees who work for the self employed and have participated in the work injury insurance programme according to relevant national regulations at the end of the reference period.

2. Number of beneficiaries  refers to number of people benefited from work injury insurance, as a result of work injury or occupational disease. It is the sum of beneficiaries of medical treatment of unrated work injuries, disability benefits for work injuries and compensation for deaths at work places.

3. Revenue of the work injury insurance programme  refers to payments made by employers participating in the work injury insurance programme in accordance with the basis and proportion stipulated in State regulations, and income from other sources that become source of work injury insurance fund, including income of social comprehensive funds paid by employers, government financial subsidies, interest income and other incomes.

4. Expenditure of the work injury insurance programme  refers to payments made from work injury insurance funds to those who participated in the work injury insurance programme and their direct dependents within the scope and standards of expenditure according to related national policies, and other expenditure, including medical fees for work injury, injury and disability subsidies, death subsidies, nursing fees, funeral subsidies, injury prevention fees, occupational rehabilitation fees and other expenditure.

5. Balance of the work injury insurance programme  refers to the balance of the work injury funds at the end of the reference period.

Maternity Insurance

1. Number of people covered  refers to people who have participated in the maternity insurance programme according to relevant regulation at the end of the reference period.

2. Revenue of maternity insurance programme refers to payments made by employers participating in the maternity insurance programme in accordance with the basis and proportion stipulated in State regulations, and income from other sources that become source of maternity insurance fund, including income of funds paid by employers, interest income and other income.

3. Expenditure of the maternity insurance programme  refers to payments made from maternity insurance funds to staff and workers who participate in the maternity insurance programme within the scope and standards of expenditure in accordance with related national policies, expenses paid for pregnancy, child delivery or surgeries related to family planning, and other expenditure, including allowance for child bearing, medical fees and other expenditure.

4. Balance of the maternity programme  refers to the balance of the maternity insurance funds at the end of the reference period.