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Full Text: National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009-2010)
The Information Office of the State Council, or China's cabinet, published the National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009-2010) Monday. The realization of human rights in the broadest sense has been a long-cherished ideal of mankind and also a long-pursued goal of the Chinese government and people.
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China to offer 300,000 more jobs for disabled by 2010
China will create 300,000 additional jobs for the disabled in cities and towns by 2010. The plan said the state will guarantee the disabled people's right to employment. The government will strengthen employment training for the disabled and the construction of an employment service network, standardize and develop business that offer jobs to a considerable number of disabled people at one go.
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China to have more women, grassroot lawmakers
According to the plan, the proportions of deputies from among ethnic minorities, returned overseas Chinese, women, grassroots workers, farmers and migrant workers in the total number of deputies to people's congresses at all levels will be increased appropriately. In order to improve the people's self-governance at the grassroots level, the plan also said the coverage of direct elections of urban neighborhood committee members will be expanded, aiming to reach 50 percent by 2010.
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Death penalty to be strictly controlled and prudently applied in China
If a criminal sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve commits no intentional offense during the suspension period of the sentence, he or she will not be executed at the end of such suspension period, and his or her punishment will be commuted in accordance with the law, said the plan. According to the plan, China implements stringent judicial procedures for death sentences, and improves such procedures for review.
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China to take effective measures to ensure detainees' rights
Effective measures shall be taken to prohibit such acts as corporal punishment, abuse, insult of detainees or the extraction of confessions by torture, the plan said. All interrogation rooms must impose a physical separation between detainees and interrogators. The state establishes and promotes the system of conducting a physical examination of detainees before and after an interrogation, according to the plan.
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China to set up national office to deal with public complaints
According to the plan, a nationwide complaint information system will be built and a national office to deal with complaints will be set up so as to make it convenient for the people to voice their petitions, report problems and offer suggestions. It said the channels for people to make complaints in the form of letters and visits will be broadened and remain unblocked.
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China to spend 3 bln yuan in after-school education
"After-school education will be expanded", according to the National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009-2010). It said that every county (district) across the country will have one venue for after-school activities to guarantee the right of minors to after-school education by 2010. The plan said that priority will be given to compulsory education and rural education; vocational education will be developed with great efforts, and the quality of higher learning will be enhanced; after-school education will be promoted, so as to guarantee...
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China sets plan to increase income of residents by 2010
The government will continue to steadily raise the incomes of rural and urban residents, especially people with middle- and low-income, and improve the system of subsistence allowances so as to ensure the right of urban and rural residents to a basic standard of living, said the National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009-2010). Rural residents will see their net annual income increase by 6 percent every year from the 4,761 yuan (about 700 U.S. dollars) in 2008, according to the plan.
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China sets plan for reducing unemployment in 2 years
In 2009 and 2010, an additional 18 million urban workers will be employed and 18 million rural laborers will move to cities or towns and find jobs there, and the state will take proactive and effective measures to offset the negative impacts of international financial crisis, and ensure the economic, social and cultural rights of all members of society. Efforts will be made to promote employment and re-employment, and guarantee the legitimate rights and interests of workers.
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China prohibits identifying fetus sex for non-medical purposes
China strictly prohibits identifying the sex of a fetus for other than medical purposes and termination of pregnancy in the case of a female fetus, said the National Human Rights Action Plan of China (2009-2010) released Monday by the State Council's Information Office. Crimes of killing or abandoning baby girls will be severely punished, the plan said. It said that in guaranteeing children's right to health, by 2010, cases of children under five suffering serious malnutrition will drop by one-fourth from that of 2000.
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