Li Keqiang said to help 200 million people get flexible employment

Li Keqiang said to help 200 million people get flexible employment  Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said at a press conference at home and abroad that about 16 million new urban laborers will be employed this year. He said the urgent need to address the more than 200 million flexible workers. Li Keqiang expressed concern about the situation in Ukraine, and expressed goodwill to the United States, saying that China-US cooperation is beneficial to the world.  Li Keqiang's work report mentioned "stability" 81 times, Xi Jinping said that China will not engage in campaign-style carbon reduction China's military budget increases by 7.1% this year, outpacing economic growth of 5.5%  Analysis of China's two sessions held that the Russian-Ukrainian war will affect China's domestic and foreign policies This Friday morning (11th), after the conclusion of the National People's Congress of China, Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council held a press conference in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, and answered questions raised by Chinese and foreign journalists about employment, people's livelihood, and diplomacy. Li Keqiang said that the new urban labor force in need of employment reached about 16 million this year, the highest in many years. The number of college graduates was 10.76 million, the highest in history. There are still nearly 300 million migrant workers who have the opportunity to work, and the employment of retired soldiers must be guaranteed:  "I can't help but mention flexible employment, because there are more than 200 million people in various forms and a wide range of coverage. As a developing country, this form of employment will exist for a long time. They come in the wind and rain, and it is really hard. Many places are providing them with warm-hearted services. As a government, we must gradually improve policies for their labor rights, social security and other issues.”  Li Keqiang said that it is necessary to fasten "seat belts" to these "riders", so that new forms of employment such as flexible employment will not only relieve the urgent need, but also stimulate market vitality and social creativity.  Mr. Sun, a former reporter from a newspaper in Beijing, said in an interview with this station that Li Keqiang's answer to reporters' questions this year was not as calm as in previous years, and he seemed to have no idea. He said:  "The first feeling is that Li Keqiang's mentality is extremely unstable, and he has no way of expressing confidence at all. No matter his attitude or words, he feels that he has no confidence in his heart. At least he should be concerned about China's future economy, employment, people's livelihood, scientific and technological development, international relations, etc. , he is basically unsure, including employment issues."  Mr. Sun said that Li Keqiang's goal of achieving a GDP growth of around 5.5% was lacking in data when answering the reporter: "Including tax reductions and exemptions for small businesses, support in place, etc., these promises are not supported by data, indicating that they are still not available. Come up with a better way, he just wants everyone to get through this tough time together."   Li Keqiang is worried about the situation in Ukraine and does not advocate sanctions against Russia A Reuters reporter asked, "Russia's military attack on Ukraine, no matter what, China will not condemn Russia? Under the circumstance that Russia is facing sanctions, will China provide further economic and financial support to Russia? Are you worried that it will be punished by doing so? Negative effects from sanctions from other countries?"  In this regard, Li Keqiang said that the current situation in Ukraine is indeed worrying. We should do our best to support Russia and Ukraine in negotiating over difficulties and reach a peaceful result. China supports and encourages all efforts that are conducive to peaceful resolution of the crisis. The top priority is to prevent tensions from escalating or even getting out of control. The international community and all parties have a consensus. Li Keqiang believes that sanctions against Russia will have an impact on the recovery of the world economy.  Wu Qiang, an independent political scholar in Beijing, said that this meeting of the National People's Congress was held in the context of the outbreak of a war in Ukraine, which had a major impact on China. He said:  "It is of course rare for us to hear Li Keqiang's above-mentioned remarks at the Chinese and foreign press conference after the National People's Congress meeting. And this kind of remarks seems quite pragmatic. A rational view of Russian relations. But in a sense, this pragmatic and rational view also shows a considerable difference from the wolf warrior style of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.”  Wu Qiang said that Li Keqiang's remarks showed his helplessness in foreign affairs: "This kind of helplessness is also the mentality of Premier Li Keqiang in his last term of office, and in a sense, it also reflects the position of the whole China in this war. An embarrassing reflection."  When talking about China-US relations, Li Keqiang said that China-US cooperation is beneficial to both countries and the world. There are great differences in the social system, history and culture, and development stages of China and the United States, and differences are inevitable. But he believes that cooperation should be the mainstream, because world peace and development depend on cooperation. Even if we have market competition in the economic and trade field, it should be healthy and fair competition.  For example, Li Keqiang said that the trade volume between the two countries exceeded 750 billion US dollars last year, an increase of nearly 30% over the previous year. What does this mean? The areas of Sino-US cooperation are broad and have great potential. If the U.S. eases export restrictions on China, the bilateral trade volume will be even larger, benefiting both countries and peoples. China is willing to work with the US to choose lenient ways and seek long-term benefits.  At the closing session of the National People's Congress on Friday, various draft resolutions, laws and decisions were voted through. These include the decision on amending the organic laws of local people's congresses and local people's governments at all levels; the decision on the number and election of deputies to the 14th National People's Congress; measures; passed the measures for the election of deputies to the 14th National People's Congress of the Macao Special Administrative Region, etc.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said at a press conference at home and abroad that about 16 million new urban laborers will be employed this year. He said the urgent need to address the more than 200 million flexible workers. Li Keqiang expressed concern about the situation in Ukraine, and expressed goodwill to the United States, saying that China-US cooperation is beneficial to the world.

Li Keqiang's work report mentioned "stability" 81 times, Xi Jinping said that China will not engage in campaign-style carbon reduction
China's military budget increases by 7.1% this year, outpacing economic growth of 5.5%

Analysis of China's two sessions held that the Russian-Ukrainian war will affect China's domestic and foreign policies
This Friday morning (11th), after the conclusion of the National People's Congress of China, Premier Li Keqiang of the State Council held a press conference in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, and answered questions raised by Chinese and foreign journalists about employment, people's livelihood, and diplomacy. Li Keqiang said that the new urban labor force in need of employment reached about 16 million this year, the highest in many years. The number of college graduates was 10.76 million, the highest in history. There are still nearly 300 million migrant workers who have the opportunity to work, and the employment of retired soldiers must be guaranteed:

"I can't help but mention flexible employment, because there are more than 200 million people in various forms and a wide range of coverage. As a developing country, this form of employment will exist for a long time. They come in the wind and rain, and it is really hard. Many places are providing them with warm-hearted services. As a government, we must gradually improve policies for their labor rights, social security and other issues.”

Li Keqiang said that it is necessary to fasten "seat belts" to these "riders", so that new forms of employment such as flexible employment will not only relieve the urgent need, but also stimulate market vitality and social creativity.

Mr. Sun, a former reporter from a newspaper in Beijing, said in an interview with this station that Li Keqiang's answer to reporters' questions this year was not as calm as in previous years, and he seemed to have no idea. He said:

"The first feeling is that Li Keqiang's mentality is extremely unstable, and he has no way of expressing confidence at all. No matter his attitude or words, he feels that he has no confidence in his heart. At least he should be concerned about China's future economy, employment, people's livelihood, scientific and technological development, international relations, etc. , he is basically unsure, including employment issues."

Mr. Sun said that Li Keqiang's goal of achieving a GDP growth of around 5.5% was lacking in data when answering the reporter: "Including tax reductions and exemptions for small businesses, support in place, etc., these promises are not supported by data, indicating that they are still not available. Come up with a better way, he just wants everyone to get through this tough time together." 

Li Keqiang is worried about the situation in Ukraine and does not advocate sanctions against Russia
A Reuters reporter asked, "Russia's military attack on Ukraine, no matter what, China will not condemn Russia? Under the circumstance that Russia is facing sanctions, will China provide further economic and financial support to Russia? Are you worried that it will be punished by doing so? Negative effects from sanctions from other countries?"

In this regard, Li Keqiang said that the current situation in Ukraine is indeed worrying. We should do our best to support Russia and Ukraine in negotiating over difficulties and reach a peaceful result. China supports and encourages all efforts that are conducive to peaceful resolution of the crisis. The top priority is to prevent tensions from escalating or even getting out of control. The international community and all parties have a consensus. Li Keqiang believes that sanctions against Russia will have an impact on the recovery of the world economy.

Wu Qiang, an independent political scholar in Beijing, said that this meeting of the National People's Congress was held in the context of the outbreak of a war in Ukraine, which had a major impact on China. He said:

"It is of course rare for us to hear Li Keqiang's above-mentioned remarks at the Chinese and foreign press conference after the National People's Congress meeting. And this kind of remarks seems quite pragmatic. A rational view of Russian relations. But in a sense, this pragmatic and rational view also shows a considerable difference from the wolf warrior style of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.”

Wu Qiang said that Li Keqiang's remarks showed his helplessness in foreign affairs: "This kind of helplessness is also the mentality of Premier Li Keqiang in his last term of office, and in a sense, it also reflects the position of the whole China in this war. An embarrassing reflection."

When talking about China-US relations, Li Keqiang said that China-US cooperation is beneficial to both countries and the world. There are great differences in the social system, history and culture, and development stages of China and the United States, and differences are inevitable. But he believes that cooperation should be the mainstream, because world peace and development depend on cooperation. Even if we have market competition in the economic and trade field, it should be healthy and fair competition.

For example, Li Keqiang said that the trade volume between the two countries exceeded 750 billion US dollars last year, an increase of nearly 30% over the previous year. What does this mean? The areas of Sino-US cooperation are broad and have great potential. If the U.S. eases export restrictions on China, the bilateral trade volume will be even larger, benefiting both countries and peoples. China is willing to work with the US to choose lenient ways and seek long-term benefits.

At the closing session of the National People's Congress on Friday, various draft resolutions, laws and decisions were voted through. These include the decision on amending the organic laws of local people's congresses and local people's governments at all levels; the decision on the number and election of deputies to the 14th National People's Congress; measures; passed the measures for the election of deputies to the 14th National People's Congress of the Macao Special Administrative Region, etc.

Adil Tursun, a science director, was sentenced to seven years in prison for speaking Uyghur to his students.  Adil Tursun, a chemistry teacher at Kashgar Kunashehar County 1st High School and also the school's academic director, was arrested in 2016 and sentenced to two years in prison for so-called old mistakes. Below you will find the program prepared by our correspondent Shohrat Hoshyar in this regard.  Adil Tursun, a scientific director who has excelled in not only Kashgar Old Town 1st High School where he works with his textbooks, special teaching methods and results, but has been recognized as a "nationally excellent" teacher in Kashgar Province, was sentenced to seven years in 2018. According to Abduvali Ayub, a student living in Norway who is currently living in Norway, Adil Tursun is 50 years old and originally studied chemistry at Hotan Pedagogical College.  We called the Old Town County Sheriff's Office in Tokkuzak Township and various police stations in the county to find out about Adil Tursun's condition.  It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein during a telephone conversation with Hussein. . So while he was teaching, his students explained the lesson in Uyghur, even if they did not understand Chinese. The case was first brought to the attention of the education authorities and then to the police, who were interrogated and investigated in 2015.  Adil Tursun was reportedly re-examined in 2016 and abducted that year. Relevant police in Tokkuzak declined to comment, but officials did not immediately return a call seeking comment.  A police officer in Kashgar who answered our call confirmed that Adil Tursun, the director, had been abducted because of a previous so-called mistake, and that the mistake was to "speak Uyghur to his students." However, he did mention that Adil Tursun was sentenced to two years in prison in 2018, but did not provide information on his sentence or prison sentence.  Activist Abduwali Ayub said he had seen Adil Tursun sentenced to seven years in prison and serving his sentence at a Shanghai prison in Shanghai, according to a recently released Shanghai Prisoners List.

Adil Tursun, a science director, was sentenced to seven years in prison for speaking Uyghur to his students.


Adil Tursun, a chemistry teacher at Kashgar Kunashehar County 1st High School and also the school's academic director, was arrested in 2016 and sentenced to two years in prison for so-called old mistakes. Below you will find the program prepared by our correspondent Shohrat Hoshyar in this regard.

Adil Tursun, a scientific director who has excelled in not only Kashgar Old Town 1st High School where he works with his textbooks, special teaching methods and results, but has been recognized as a "nationally excellent" teacher in Kashgar Province, was sentenced to seven years in 2018. According to Abduvali Ayub, a student living in Norway who is currently living in Norway, Adil Tursun is 50 years old and originally studied chemistry at Hotan Pedagogical College.

We called the Old Town County Sheriff's Office in Tokkuzak Township and various police stations in the county to find out about Adil Tursun's condition.

It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hussein during a telephone conversation with Hussein. . So while he was teaching, his students explained the lesson in Uyghur, even if they did not understand Chinese. The case was first brought to the attention of the education authorities and then to the police, who were interrogated and investigated in 2015.

Adil Tursun was reportedly re-examined in 2016 and abducted that year. Relevant police in Tokkuzak declined to comment, but officials did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

A police officer in Kashgar who answered our call confirmed that Adil Tursun, the director, had been abducted because of a previous so-called mistake, and that the mistake was to "speak Uyghur to his students." However, he did mention that Adil Tursun was sentenced to two years in prison in 2018, but did not provide information on his sentence or prison sentence.

Activist Abduwali Ayub said he had seen Adil Tursun sentenced to seven years in prison and serving his sentence at a Shanghai prison in Shanghai, according to a recently released Shanghai Prisoners List.
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