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Requirements for Communist Party Photographers

The former communist leader, Jiang Zemin at a congress meeting. (screenshot)

A reporter in China visited a local media center, and saw pages of requirements for photographers on how to take photos for communist leaders stuck on the wall. There are dozens of requirements, including: light exposure must be good to show the positive aspect of the leader; choose the right posture of the leader; do not include food in the photo when leaders are having meal; do not include people holding umbrella for the leader....

The photos below were spread around China when former communist head, Jiang Zemin was in power, they were taken while Jiang was at a national congress meeting.

Lawyers Challenge Flawed Judicial Interpretation PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

Many legal professionals have demonstrated that the judicial interpretation of defamation as a cybercrime, recently published by the Chinese Communist Supreme Court and the Supreme People's Procurate is illegal and unconstitutional, and have launched a petition to collect signatures demanding the repeal of the judicial interpretation and to hold  those responsible for the interpretation, accountable.

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Many well known Beijing lawyers such as Wang Quanzhang, Li Xiongbing and Mr. Chenghai have launched a citizens’  oversight proposal, recommending: “the  standing committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) repeal the judicial interpretation of cybercrime.“

The lawyers state that many parts of  the judicial interpretation are ultra vires legislation, and should be modified or abolished. Furthermore, large parts of the contents of the judicial interpretation were rough, duplicated and inefficient vertical releases, wasting national judicial resources.

The statement added: ”We believe the main purpose of this legislation interpretation is to provide a legal basis for the Public Security Bureau to crack down on internet rumours. However, the term  "cracking down on internet rumours" is a misnomer, what they should crack down on is internet crime). They are also trying to curb the freedom of the public on a variety of public discontent aired on the internet, however, they published a lot of meaningless content in the judicial interpretation in order to deceive the public.“

Mr. Yang Jinzhu demanded a constitutional review by the NPC on the judicial interpretation of online speech.



 

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