The First Sino-Hungarian International Forum Held in NAU

On the morning of April 12, 2014, the first Sino—Hungarian International Forum was held in the lecture hall of NAU. The forum was jointly hosted by NAU and the University of Pecs and co-organized by the Law Institute of Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. The attendees include 16 scholars from 5 foreign countries, 3 scholars from Taiwan, 27 scholars from universities and research institutions of China, and 34 scholars from NAU. 
The third Plenary Session of the 18th CPC Central Committee gave instructions on deepening the reforms in an all-round way and suggested the aims of reforms are to improve and develop the socialist system with Chinese characteristics, to promote the modernization of national governance system and governance capacity. In such context, the forum centered on such themes as legal society, state governance and government audit. Within two days, Chinese and foreign scholars exchanged ideas in the following areas, government audit and anti-corruption in transition countries, national and corruption governance, the reform of judicial system and the construction of judicial credibility, transitional economies governance, etc.