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  • Xi calls for building "great wall of iron" for Xinjiang's stability

    Published on:Mar 10, 2017Source: Xinhua
    Chinese President Xi Jinping said Friday that the "great wall of iron" to safeguard national unity, ethnic solidarity and social stability should be fortified in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks during a panel discussion with national lawmakers from Xinjiang at the ongoing annual session of the National People's Congress (NPC). Xi called for safeguarding ethnic unity, and reinforcing solidarity between ...[Read]
  • Will Nie's case prevent wrong court verdicts?

    Published on:Dec 23, 2016Source: China Daily
    The Supreme People's Court declared Nie Shubin innocent on Dec 2, 21 years after the resident of Shijiazhuang in North China's Hebei province was executed for "rape and murder" at the age of 21. The correction of the verdict against Nie, a milestone in the legal history of China, shows the promotion of the rule of law has made great progress. Twenty-one years have passed since Nie was found "guilty of rape and murder" and executed in April 1995. And it has been 11 years since Wang Shujin, a suspect, claimed in 2005 that he had committed the crimes. The sentence given to Nie had...[Read]
  • What effect will strict Party discipline have?

    Published on:Dec 23, 2016Source: China Daily
    The Sixth Plenum of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China issued two documents in November: The Norms Regarding Intra-Party Political Life In New Situation and Regulations Regarding Intra-Party Supervision. The documents emphasize stricter supervision of the Party and Party members. Given their aims, the documents will play a major role in bolstering the ongoing campaign against corruption and helping prevent corruption instead of combating it after it happens. Strict Party regulation should be made an integral part of the governance of po...[Read]
  • How promising is the cutting of red tape?

    Published on:Dec 23, 2016Source: China Daily
    The government made amazing achievements in 2016. At a press conference during this year's session of the National People's Congress, the top legislature, in March, Premier Li Keqiang said the government had already abolished one-third of the unnecessary administrative licenses and will reduce them by half by the end of the year. That promise has been fulfilled. By early December, the State Council, China's Cabinet, had canceled 222 unnecessary vocational licenses for employees and more than 50 approval procedures for investment programs. The importance ...[Read]
  • Recognizing one China is unambiguously correct

    Published on:Dec 22, 2016Source: China Daily
    Beijing has warmly welcomed Sao Tome and Principe's decision to sever "diplomatic ties" with Taiwan, praising the West Africa country for returning to the correct path of recognizing one China. Since the move means there are now only 21 countries and governments still maintaining official ties with the island, and it signals another blow for the pro-independence maneuverings of the Democratic Progressive Party on the island, it is not surprising that the DPP has bemoaned the move. Unlike her predecessor, Kuomintang leader Ma Ying-jeou, who recognized the 1992 ...[Read]