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2.5 Provincial- and municipal-level governments

Liaoning corruption scandal results in dismissal of NPC delegates

45 delegates to the National People’s Congress from the province of Liaoning were dismissed after they were found to have bribed their way into the NPC. In addition, 523 delegates of Liaoning Province’s People’s Congress stepped down after also being implicated in the massive vote-buying scandal.

Source EN, Source CN

1.2 How China is portrayed in Western media

New report on working conditions of foreign journalists published

On September 22, PEN America published a report titled “Dark screen. Constraints on foreign journalists in China”. One key finding was the increasing difficulty to assess expert sources willing to share information or opinion with foreign media due to fear of government reprisal.

Source EN

2.9 The cadre system and public administration

New guidelines on the promotion of cadres

The CCP issues document on preventing cadres from “being promoted while being ill (corrupt)” (关于防止干部“带病提拔”的意见). Accountability of cadres and their supervision receives major attention in Chinese media in August.

Source CN

2.10.1 Regulation and law-making

Draconian environmental legislation

The SCNPC reviewed a draft bill of the Act on the Protection of Marine Environment, which lifted the ban on a maximum limit of administrative sanction amounting to CNY 300,000. Instead, whoever causes serious marine pollution will pay a fine in terms of the actual direct losses/damages.

Source CN

2.11.5 Attorneys

Human rights lawyers sentenced for subversion

Zhou Shifeng and Zhai Yanmin, two famous human rights lawyers in China, were sentenced to jail for 7 and 3 years respectively for subverting the government. They both represented many cases against the government.

Source ENSource CNSource EN, Source CN

2.11.6 Criminal law and the penal system

Pilot project of confession of crimes

Zhou Qiang, President of the Supreme People’s Court, delivered a report to the SCNPC concerning pilot projects of meting out mitigated sanctions based on an act of confession of crimes in 18 major cities of the country.

Source CN

2.8 Public finance

Finance Minister Lou Jiwei presents budget data of first half of fiscal year 2016

13 percent increase in spending on public services.

Source CN, Source CN

The Chinese State Council presents multi-annual plan for fiscal reform

Aim to streamline central, local government spending responsibilities.

Source CN (full text of the document), Source EN, Source CN (infographic)

2.6.1 Hong Kong’s economic role

State Council approves Hong Kong Shenzhen Stock Connect

The Stock Connect, which will allow selected Shenzhen-listed stocks to be listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, is expected to be launched before the end of 2016. It is the second direct link after the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect was launched in November 2014.

Source EN, Source CN

2.1.2 Ideology and legitimation in transition

New regulation issued August 29 by China’s State Administration of Press and Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) bans “Western lifestyle” in entertainment news

In addition, the regulations ban anything that satirizes Chinese values or traditional culture. The regulations should be understood as part of the CCP’s attempt to limit the impact of what it considers “Western values” and promote alternative “Chinese values”.

Source EN, Source CN

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