According to reports from China News Network and People's Daily, the draft of the Criminal Law Amendment (Eleventh) was submitted to the 13th National People's Congress Standing Committee for a second review on the 13th.
In response to this, the second-review draft of the Criminal Law Amendment (11) is proposed to add one article after Article 355 of the Criminal Law to make corresponding provisions.
Chen Zhiyu, Secretary of the Party Committee and Deputy Director of the Anti-Doping Center of the State Sports General Administration, said in an interview with Xinhua News Agency earlier that,
It is understood that in recent years, France, Italy, Finland, Spain, Germany, Russia and others have promulgated relevant laws to impose penalties on those who engage in illegal activities involving doping. The United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, etc. have also criminalized smuggling and illegal provision of stimulants.
Chen Zhiyu said that the current doping problem not only exists in competitive sports, but has gradually evolved into a public health problem.
Chen Zhiyu believes that anti-doping rules in the sports field can only restrict sports practitioners and cannot be applied to people outside the sports industry. Only using rules to deal with perpetrators may allow those who are truly responsible to escape punishment.
Associate Professor Yu Chong of China University of Political Science and Law also believes that the main problems solved by judicial interpretations focus on attacking the source of doping, including smuggling of substances listed in the doping list by athletes and athlete assistants, or illegal use of other personnel in sports competitions Use for the purpose of smuggling and illegally operating the substances listed in the doping agent list, and producing and selling foods containing the substances listed in the doping agent list.
Since 2017, the domestic doping violation rate has declined for two consecutive years. Of the 68 doping violations, 47 were positive test results (excluding international competitions in China and international commissioned inspections), with a positive rate of 0.23%, and 21 non-positive violations, including the use of doping and tampering with doping control links , Trading in doping, 15 cases of using doping on athletes; 5 cases of forging evidence and providing false information; 1 case of improper behavior during doping inspection.
自2017年以来，国内兴奋剂违规率连续两年下降。在68项兴奋剂违规中，有47项为阳性测试结果（不包括在中国的国际比赛和国际委托的检查），阳性率为0.23％； 21项非阳性违规，包括使用兴奋剂和篡改兴奋剂控制环节，进行兴奋剂交易，对运动员使用兴奋剂的情况为15例； 5起伪造证据，提供虚假信息的案件； 1例在掺杂检查期间行为不当。
Among the 47 positive results, 43 were Chinese violators and 4 were foreigners. Among the Chinese violators, 25 cases were positive for deliberate use of stimulants.