ABSTRACT

Human Rights in China [Updated April 6, 2020]   [open pdf - 467KB]

From the Document: "Over thirty years after the June 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, the Communist Party of China (CCP) remains firmly in power. People's Republic of China (PRC) leaders have maintained political control through a mix of repression and responsiveness to some public preferences, delivering economic prosperity to many citizens, co-opting the middle and educated classes, and stoking nationalism to bolster CCP legitimacy. The party is particularly wary of unsanctioned collective activity related to sensitive groups, such as religious and labor groups, ethnic minorities, political dissidents, and human rights activists. PRC authorities have implemented particularly harsh policies against Tibetans, Uyghurs, and followers of the Falun Gong spiritual exercise."

Report Number:
CRS In Focus, IF11240
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Date:
2020-04-06
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Public Domain
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Congressional Research Service: https://crsreports.congress.gov/
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pdf
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