43 Chinese L. & Gov't 1 (2010)

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Chinese   Law  and  Government
JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2010/VOL.   43, NO. I




The Xinjiang Problem (I): Stabilization and Rectification
Policies, 1996-98
Editor's Introduction
  JAMES TONG                                               3

1. Summary of Minutes of the Meeting on Safeguarding
Stability in Xinjiang (Excerpts) (March 19, 1996)
  STANDING COMMITTEE OF THE CENTRAL POLITBURO              9

2. Opinions of the CCP Committee of the Xinjiang Uighur
Autonomous  Region on the Implementation of the Party
Center's No. 7 Document and Further Safeguarding
Social Stability (May 6, 1996)                            18

3. Implementation Plan for the Work of Conducting
Concentrated Overhauls of Social Law and Order and Severely
Cracking Down  on Violent Terrorist Crimes in Key Districts
(April 21, 1997)
  AUTONOMOUS  REGION PARTY COMMITTEE AND AUTONOMOUS REGION
  PEOPLE'S GOVERNMENT                                     50

4. Address at the Meeting to Discuss the Autonomous Region's
Concentrated Overhaul (December 10, 1997)
  ZHOU SHENGTAO                                           61

5. Sum Up Experience, Define Tasks, Continue to Grasp
This Year's Regionwide Work of Concentrated Overhauls
Speech at the Autonomous Region's Summing Up and Mobilization
Meeting on the Work of Concentrated Overhauls (April 17, 1998)
  WANG  LEQUAN                                            70


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