lørdag 12. mars 2016

The National People’s Congress: Unlucky for some

Sometimes leaders protest too much that all is well. Once a year, the 3,000 or so delegates of the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s parliament, meet in Beijing to rubber-stamp decisions that have already been made in secret by leaders of the ruling Communist Party. At the session’s opening on March 5th, the prime minister, Li Keqiang, announced that China had met all of the main targets that it set five years ago for completion by this year. Read more