JCP chief Kazuo Shii criticised the Chinese Communist Party as it marked the centenary of its founding. Photo: Kyodo JCP chief Kazuo Shii criticised the Chinese Communist Party as it marked the centenary of its founding. Photo: Kyodo
JCP chief Kazuo Shii criticised the Chinese Communist Party as it marked the centenary of its founding. Photo: Kyodo

Japanese Communist Party snubs China’s Communist Party on centenary, saying it is ‘not worthy’ of name

  • The JCP said the Chinese Communist Party’s actions in Hong Kong, Xinjiang and the East and South China Seas are ‘nothing to do with socialism’
  • It was the only major Japanese party not to congratulate Beijing, although the government held back, sending a message through the ruling LDP instead

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JCP chief Kazuo Shii criticised the Chinese Communist Party as it marked the centenary of its founding. Photo: Kyodo JCP chief Kazuo Shii criticised the Chinese Communist Party as it marked the centenary of its founding. Photo: Kyodo
JCP chief Kazuo Shii criticised the Chinese Communist Party as it marked the centenary of its founding. Photo: Kyodo
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