Liberal gladys liu linked to secretive chinese influence network
Chinese state news media reported Thursday the vice-chair of the National People’s Congress was identified as one of the top ten indiv우리카지노iduals connected with China’s secret state influence network.
The state-run Global Times (the country’s oldest newspaper) also reported Li was the vice-chair of the People’s Congress Committee’s China Liaison and the “head of the Political Bureau of the Party’s central committee.”
“This will be a major breakthrough, which will bring China closer to the international community in mat바카라ters of human rights,” said Wang Xiangyu, a professor of sociology at the University of Toronto and the author of several books about China.
The Global Times said the vice-chair of the National People’s Congress — a body with all seats held by its five party officials — was named Huang Junpeng, the son of the vice president.
The newspaper did not specify when Huang, 46, was in government service but a report in mid-December said he was serving in government ministries in Beijing and Guangdong provinces.
Wang, who founded the University of Toronto’s Centre for the Study of Confucian and Basic Law in 1996, told the Toronto Star he believes the new document is “a major step forward in dealing with China.”
“My personal view is that China is no longe카지노 사이트r the world’s main power, but to have a representative representing all party members across the political spectrum makes it very difficult to find a way forward,” Wang said.
“If it’s accurate, it’s a major step forward and it means that the party has done its homework, and they want to make it easier for Chinese people to know they have a representative in the legislature.”
Wang believes China will now have to address the issue of human rights at the very highest levels, arguing human rights are a prerequisite to democracy.
He thinks China will now be forced to take action to prevent such abuses in the future.
H/t China Focus