Yu Jianrong Posts 10-year Reform Plan

Scholar Yu Jianrong has posted a detailed plan to bring social and political reform to China. China Media Project has translated the plan, which was first posted on Yu’s microblog site. From CNP’s introduction:

Yu Jianrong (于建嵘), one of China’s most outspoken intellectuals, yesterday posted a ten-year plan for social and political development in China on his Tencent microblog account. The plan called for a three-year initial phase of concerted social and judicial reforms, including the abolishment of the petitioning and household registration systems, followed by a second phase of political reforms moving China toward constitutional democracy.

Yu’s plan gives readers a general idea of many of the concrete changes proposed in China by pro-reformers under the auspices of “political reform”.

Read also a translation of a lengthy speech by Yu Jianrong titled, “Maintaining a Baseline of Social Stability,” via CDT.

March 25, 2012 10:23 PM
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