China’s ‘Two Sessions’: Rubber Stamp or Real Democracy? w/Tings Chak
Last weekend, China began its most important annual political meetings – called the ‘Two Sessions’, where Chinese officials set the direction of the country for the year and, this year, called out US hypocrisy on state sovereignty amid escalating tensions between the two countries.
Tings Chak, Researcher at the Tricontinental Institute & a member of Dongsheng News collective, explains the ‘Two Sessions’ and China’s deep democratic process.
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