Originally posted by dragon8 at 2011-4-21 11:51
Nobody can add new topics if it's written in the censorship law.
Nobody can ban anything they like if it's written in the censorship law.
You do have written laws in China, don't you?
Laws are printed on paper in every civilized country.
They are also printed in books for people to read.
Law books do exist in China, don't they?
Do you know "invisible laws" in China?
Sometimes or usually, It's not the written laws, but the invisible laws regulating Chinese behaviors.
e.g. though power balance is one of principles in written laws.
However, in practice, almost all of government officials including the court judges, the congress members, the officials in administrative department, police department, and other dinstinct departments actually follow the commands from the number 1 guy, the local secretary of CPC.
Of course either moving up or going down of all of government officials in career ladders is decided by this number 1 guy too.
In practice, even many Chinese court judges prefer to seek help from the petition to the number 1 guy rather than fighting justice in law courts after the court judges themselves were either harmed or hurt. The commands of the number 1 guy are often more effective than written laws.
[ Last edited by 468259058 at 2011-4-21 12:32 PM ]