I am not so interested in any country’s constitution, but I make an exception for China. China has laws on its books but seemingly then acts against these laws. This is untrue. Laws in China are meant to protect the CCP and should be interpreted differently than Western laws. While there are laws on China’s books, they are loosely enforced, allowing for interpretation by local governments.
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China’s Constitution: Freedom of Speech, Human Rights, Ethnic Rights
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