China to further enhance human rights protection: officials

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China has made great progress in terms of human rights protection, and the Communist Party of China will continue its efforts in advancing the cause of human rights, officials said Friday at a symposium marking the 30th anniversary of the country’s first white paper on the subject, “Human Rights in China.”

Over 70 people, including officials, representatives from grassroots organs, scholars and experts, attended the symposium, which was held by China’s State Council Information Office.

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