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Tiananmen Protesters: Has China made progress in human rights in the last 25 years?

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  • No, China has not made progress in human rights in the last 25 years

    No, China has not made progress in human rights in the last 25. Since Tiananmen Square, China has gotten worse not better. The Chinese government has continued to suppress its people. Human Rights activists routinely get arrested and sentenced for long terms in prison. Any one who tries to speak out against them, China hits back at,

  • There are too man reports.

    No, China has not made progress in human rights in the last 25 years, because they still have prison camps for people who express unpopular opinions. China still rules from the top down. People have no ability to disagree with the government and express it peacefully. China has not come along in human rights, they only hide it better than they used to.

  • No, China still has a long way to go.

    China has not made really any significant strides in human rights. Even the most basic of rights that we take for granted in more free countries are not allowed there. For example, the Internet is highly censored. China denies that it persecutes Christians, but they do not have as many freedoms (such as freedom of denominations). It has also been revealed that the Communist party is trying to cover up the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Without being able to admit to past atrocities and apologize for them, China can't really change.

  • No, China is still oppressive against its own people.

    No, China has not made progress since Tiananmen Square. A very clear example of this is seen when one looks at how they are reacting to the anniversary of Tiananmen Square. In the past months China has detained several lawbreakers who are in actuality dissidents. They are also stopping the media from showing the footage from Tiananmen Square, effectively censoring the press on the topic.


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