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Thursday, 2 November 2017

China Considers Jail Terms For Anyone Who Disrespects National Anthem

Disrespecting China's national anthem could carry a prison sentence of up to three years under a new draft law amendment, which may also affect Hong Kong and Macau.....




It was unclear if the maximum penalty would apply in the two semi-autonomous southern cities.


The anthem will only be allowed at formal political gatherings, including the opening and closing of NPC sessions, constitutional oath ceremonies, flag raising ceremonies, major celebrations, award ceremonies, commemorations, national Memorial Day events, important diplomatic occasions, major sport events and other suitable occasions.


It will be illegal to use the national anthem during funerals, "inappropriate" private occasions, commercials or as background music in public places, the draft said. The law ensures people will be more serious when playing or singing the song.

Culled from Times of India

1 comment:

SANDY YO said...

These ones no get probs at all. See wetin dey worry dem fa.

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