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Annual Parliament Public Security Measure Includes Xinjiang
The security measure this year during the annual parliament
meetings is getting more serious than before.
The Communist regime has not only initiated the security early
and expanded the area to the western region including Xinjiang
for the first time, but also upgraded the administration of the
security from the municipal level to the Ministry of Public Security.
The upcoming parliament meetings on March 3 and 5,
respectively, will be the first annual meetings of the
Communist central since the establishment of the state security
The public security measure over the meetings is thus the
focus of the preparation.
Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau used to be in charge
of the annual central conferences of the regime.
However, the Ministry of Public Security announced on its
website on Feb. 20 the launch of the security “moat” project.
RFI Chinese report analyzed that the regime has upgraded
the security during the meetings to the ministerial level.
The security measure not only covers the six provinces and
regions surrounding Beijing as usual, but also includes seven
western provinces and regions such as Gansu, Shaanxi,
Qinghai, Ningxia, Xinjiang, and so forth for the first time.
He Jiawei, commentator: “Since the June 4 movement,
the maintenance of stability has become an excuse and a must
for those in power.
The spending on stability maintenance has exceeded
military spending since the Hu Jintao era.
It has become a routine and very serious tactic of the regime."
When Hu Jintao was in power, former secretary of Central
Political and Law Committee Zhou Yongkang’s power topped
the seven Standing Committee.
Zhou ‘s active repression of dissidents, Falun Gong practitioners,
and petitioners was the cause of the high spending on
maintenance of stability.
Li Wei, Director of Institute of Security and Arms Control Studies,
China Institute of Contemporary International Relations,
analyzed the tightened security measure to Hong Kong China
He indicated that it is the regime’s response to the increasing
threat from the so-called “three evils.”
The explosion at Tiananmen Square last October has also
signaled that terrorist activities are not only confined to the
He also believed the upgraded security suggests the strategy
of the state security committee.
Beijing ‘s BAIC Group providing mobile services during the
regime ‘s annual conferences is said to complete examination
for all 470 vehicles.
BAIC Group staff: “We have provided services to the annual
parliament for more than 30 years.
This year, the requirement is more stringent than before,
particularly in counter-terrorism and riot,
as well as the training of drivers."
Special training of Beijing Armed Police Corps has also started.
Jia Pin, South Street Movement activist: “You can feel the
prevention and control is getting more rigorous every year, with
higher demand in manpower and resources.
There are too many mass protests, due to the forced
demolition and governmental grievances.
Conflicts with the local government agencies have increased,
along with the many petitioners from all over China.
The regime ought to be defensive during the annual meetings."
South Street Movement activist Jia Pin believes the CCP ‘s
reaction was also in part due to the concern over the Ukrainian
anti-government protest which led to the control of the capital
Kiev and the ousting of President Viktor Yanukovych.
Jia Pin: “The Chinese netizens are definitely deeply moved by
the Ukrainian fight for freedom.
It worries the Communist regime.
The state mouthpiece has conducted distorted reports on the
Many Internet spies have also posted distorting statements
to divert focus."
Commentator He Jiawei indicates that the Ukrainian
anti-government protest has intensified the Communist regime ‘s
belief in violent suppression to maintain dictatorship.
He Jiawei: “Democratization and an end of dictatorship are the
The Communist Party knows it. Xi Jinping knows it.
The regime leaders are only trying to solve it, to avoid it,
to control for as long as possible.
The stability maintenance will always be high on the agenda
until the day the regime demises."
Commentator Xia Xiaoqiang stated in his Internet post, that
Chinese society is on the eve of change.
The Chinese Communist Party’s brutal rule has come to the
verge of explosion from massive social conflicts and crisis.
The vibration of China’s political balance is strong.
Ukrainian political turmoil is enhancing the vibration of
China ‘s political balance.
Interview/Changchun Edit/CHengjie Post-Production/Chengjianmin