Qiao Xiaoyang, chairman of the Law Committee under the National People's Congress Standing Committee, speaks to reporters at yesterday's NPC seminar in Shenzhen. Qiao insisted Beijing had shown maximum tolerance to the city's dissident parties. Photo: SCMP Qiao Xiaoyang, chairman of the Law Committee under the National People's Congress Standing Committee, speaks to reporters at yesterday's NPC seminar in Shenzhen. Qiao insisted Beijing had shown maximum tolerance to the city's dissident parties. Photo: SCMP
Qiao Xiaoyang, chairman of the Law Committee under the National People's Congress Standing Committee, speaks to reporters at yesterday's NPC seminar in Shenzhen. Qiao insisted Beijing had shown maximum tolerance to the city's dissident parties. Photo: SCMP

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Qiao Xiaoyang, chairman of the Law Committee under the National People's Congress Standing Committee, speaks to reporters at yesterday's NPC seminar in Shenzhen. Qiao insisted Beijing had shown maximum tolerance to the city's dissident parties. Photo: SCMP Qiao Xiaoyang, chairman of the Law Committee under the National People's Congress Standing Committee, speaks to reporters at yesterday's NPC seminar in Shenzhen. Qiao insisted Beijing had shown maximum tolerance to the city's dissident parties. Photo: SCMP
Qiao Xiaoyang, chairman of the Law Committee under the National People's Congress Standing Committee, speaks to reporters at yesterday's NPC seminar in Shenzhen. Qiao insisted Beijing had shown maximum tolerance to the city's dissident parties. Photo: SCMP
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