China: Right to Express

Liu Xiao yuan noticed that a new term “right to express” appeared in the 17th party congress (zh). He pointed out the existing Chinese constitution has ensured freedom of speech, yet in reality, it is a sensitive issue. The blogger suggested that in order to protect the “right to express” and “freedom of speech”, the legislation body needs to pass very concrete law to protect citizen's rights.

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