: :inin Kyiv (EET)

February 2nd, 2017


CHINA
A China of Citizens
Andrew J. Nathan, FOREIGN AFFAIRS
There have been many attempts at democratic change in China, but the most creative approach to dissent, however, was perhaps that of a young lawyer, Xu Zhiyong. In 2013, Xu was arrested and later sentenced to four years in prison for his role in leading the New Citizens’ Movement. This movement was based on his bold idea to take seriously the rights and duties of citizenship enshrined in Chapter II of China’s constitution, entitled “The Fundamental Rights and Duties of Citizens,” which lays out extensive rights and duties for all who hold Chinese …read more

Source: Victims of Communism

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