Friday, March 9, 2007

Most people believe China lacks social justice

Chinanews, Beijing, March 8 – International Herald Leader and Sina jointly conducted an online survey to find out “What China might lack in 2007”. By February 27, 8,460 responders had sent in their replies, 58.9% of whom believe China needs to improve social justice.

Other 22.52% of the responders think China lacks a complete legal system. “If laws and regulations are well carried out, we will not have to worry about social justice any more, ” said Huang, a worker in Shenzhen.

Besides, other 34.5% of the responders express their anxiety about the limited humanitarian knowledge of the general public.

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