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China's white paper

So, I just finished reading China's white paper on peaceful development. Published Tuesday by the Information Office of the State Council, it runs 24 pages when pasted into a Word document.  You can experience it in full by clicking here.

A preview:

"We will strengthen the building of socialist democracy, advance the political structural reform actively and steadily, develop socialist democracy and turn China into a socialist country under the rule of law and ensure that the people control their own destiny. We will continue to conduct democratic election, decision-making, governance and supervision in accordance with the law, uphold people's right to have access to information, to participate in governance, to express their views and to supervise the government, and we will expand orderly public participation in the political process. We will continue to treat all ethnic groups as equals and practice the system of regional autonomy of ethnic minorities, protect people's freedom of religious belief according to law, and fully respect and uphold basic human rights and other lawful rights and interests of citizens."

And then, there is is (underline is my add):

"China is firm in upholding its core interests which include the following: state sovereignty, national security, territorial integrity and national reunification, China's political system established by the Constitution and overall social stability, and the basic safeguards for ensuring sustainable economic and social development."

 

 

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i don think the chinese are going to be very well received when they come to build on the land theyve bought
it could be like how illegals are received in the south

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China into a socialist country under the rule of law and ensure that the people control their own destiny.Blogging is an interesting activity in lesiure time.

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