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Post time 2009-4-13 11:44:41 |Display all floors
(Xinhua)
Updated: 2009-04-13 10:57

BEIJING -- The Chinese government published its first working plan on human rights protection Monday, pledging to further protect and improve the country's human rights conditions in an all-round way.

The National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009-2010), issued by the Information Office of the State Council, or Cabinet, highlighted various human rights that would be promoted and protected in less than two years, from people's right to work, to the rights of detainees and the disabled.

Death penalty will be "strictly controlled and prudently applied," "impartial and fair trials" of litigants will be guaranteed, and the people will enjoy more rights to be informed and to be heard, the government promised.

More job opportunities will be created, per capita income will be increased, social security network will be broadened, and health care and education will become more accessible and affordable in order to guarantee the people's economic, social and cultural rights.

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2009-04/13/content_7671740.htm
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Post time 2009-4-14 13:10:35 |Display all floors
That's a very big step forward.The people need more protection and security.
The Sun rises every day from the East !

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Post time 2009-4-14 16:51:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by yuan_zcen at 2009-4-13 13:44
More job opportunities will be created, per capita income will be increased, social security network will be broadened, and health care and education will become more accessible and affordable in order to guarantee the people's economic, social and cultural rights. ...


Thanks for posting this news, Yuan_Czen.

I wish China every success in implementing these progressive measures, the types of improvements that myself and many other forumites from China and the West have been pushing for.

It must be frustrating for the forum troglodytes, like Buddy, Tong, Northwest, Mengzhi, et al, to see that they are being left behind by Beijing!
"他不是救星, 他是一个非常淘气男孩" - Monty Python

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Post time 2009-4-14 17:22:46 |Display all floors
What the central government want and how the lower level government implement are often different. The Chinese saying: shan kao huang di yuan(The mountains are high and the emperor far)

More job opportunities will be created, per capita income will be increased, social security network will be broadened, and health care and education will become more accessible and affordable in order to guarantee the people's economic,

No doubt to achieve this.

social and cultural rights

Too vague.
Vision without action is illusion---Y.J.

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Post time 2009-4-23 16:38:39 |Display all floors
A few days ago in Chongqing, to oppose the fare increase some people wore T-shirts that express the message. Lucky they didn't got arrested but one person who sold the T-shirts was "invited' to explain in the police station. But the T-shirts were seized.
http://epaper.nddaily.com/A/html/2009-04/13/content_757782.htm
(pictures of the T-shirts, not much provoking expression)

How much the police know about human rights?

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Post time 2009-4-23 16:43:39 |Display all floors
we can't feel the strength in implementing these fatanstic plan by the government
we need more action not just plans
life starts when you live with your heart

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Post time 2009-5-7 15:12:06 |Display all floors
Originally posted by amyamy at 2009-4-23 16:38
A few days ago in Chongqing, to oppose the fare increase some people wore T-shirts that express the message. Lucky they didn't got arrested but one person who sold the T-shirts was "invited' t ...


I support these T-shirts makers and dressers. It's common expression of public opinion and it doesn't involve politics at all.
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