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Q: In what ways do Chinese government agencies perform their functions? How are the powers divided between the central Government and local governments? How are contradictions between central policies and local policies dealt with?
Q: Economic reform has been carried out in China for more than 20 years, but people feel that reform of the political system lags behind. Is this true? What are the major tasks and objectives for China's reform of its political system? What about the progress?
Q: It is reported that China is reforming its judicial system. What are the key points of the reform? How will the state protect the legitimate rights and interests of its citizens, and advance justice?
Q: In Western countries, laws are usually drawn by congresses with unitary, composite or checks-and-balances legislative systems. Compared with these systems, what features does the Chinese legislative system have? What progress has China made in developing democratic politics, administering state affairs according to law and establishing a country ruled by law?
Q: Administering state affairs according to law, and honest and highly efficient administration are among the aims of any government. In this regard, what has the Chinese Government done and to what effect?
Q: China has the largest population in the world. With such a large population, how does China manage household registration? As the reform and opening-up policy is deeply implemented, what reform of household registration is being carried out?
Q: Some people say the principle of "one country, two systems" carried out in Hong Kong and Macao is undermines China. What are the ideas of this principle? Does it contradict the unitary state system of China?
Q: In 2005, against the referendum that the Taiwan authority is preparing to carry out, the Chinese legislature put forth the Anti-Secession Law. Why did China draw up such a law? Is it aimed at Taiwan? After adopting this law, will China take unilateral actions to change the present situation across the strait?
Q: The CPC, as the ruling party, advocates antitheism. But the Constitution states that citizens enjoy freedom of religious belief. Are there contradictions? Can citizens freely participate in religious activities?
Q: Cults are the world's public plague. Various countries in the world, including China and Japan, have suffered from cults. On what basis does the Chinese Government list Falun Gong as a cult? In dealing with Falun Gong, is it possible to avoid taking measures of cracking down on its followers?
Q: When talking about human rights, China always holds that subsistence and development rights are the principal human rights. What are the reasons for this viewpoint? What has China done in solving the subsistence and development rights of the Chinese?
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