Activists march in support of jailed Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang (pictured right on placard) and China’s first “cyber-dissident” and underground human rights website founder, Huang Qi (pictured left), in Hong Kong on January 29. The freedom of speech and religious practice have been curtailed in recent years in mainland China. Photo: AFP

China under Xi Jinping is ignoring the people’s constitutional rights

  • The government seems to continually contradict the article on the freedom of speech, as if it did not exist or was only a clever turn of phrase
  • Practising religion, sanctioned by the constitution, also appears to have become a serious problem
Topic |   China's Communist Party

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Activists march in support of jailed Chinese human rights lawyer Wang Quanzhang (pictured right on placard) and China’s first “cyber-dissident” and underground human rights website founder, Huang Qi (pictured left), in Hong Kong on January 29. The freedom of speech and religious practice have been curtailed in recent years in mainland China. Photo: AFP
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