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Studio interview: Development of China's human rights

09-26-2010 13:41 BJT Special Report:3rd Beijing Forum on Human Rights |

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The Chinese government has released a white paper on human rights in the country in 2009. The report highlights the role of Internet freedom and the country's efforts in safeguarding citizens' legitimate civil and political rights. The white paper is China's 9th report on human rights since the country began releasing the document in 1991. Full Story>>

For more insight on China's white paper on human rights, we are now joined by our current affairs commentator, Professor Tao Wenzhao in our studio.

Q1: The Chinese government Sunday released a white paper on human rights in China in 2009. It says the overall cause of human rights has been promoted in an all-round way. What do you think of the development of China's human rights in the future?

Q2: The white paper is China's 9th report on human rights since 1991. What efforts has the Chinese government made to promote the cause of human rights in China?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV

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