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Written by SOT.COM.AL 28 Nëntor 2022
China is facing protests demanding democracy for the first time in 33 years. Spurred on by the drastic measures of the communist state, the protesters have demanded the resignation of the Chinese president. The police are trying to quell the riots at all costs.
China's security forces arrested dozens of people on Monday at the scene of a rare demonstration as authorities worked to quell protests that erupted across the country calling for an end to Covid-19 lockdowns and the resignation of President Xi Jinping.
The police have taken care over the weekend to forcibly remove protesters in Shanghai and to seize their phones so that they do not broadcast anything on social networks. People took to the streets in major Chinese cities and gathered on university campuses for the lifting of lockdowns and greater freedoms, even demanding the resignation of the Chinese leader.
The protests have not been seen since the crackdown on pro-democracy rallies in 1989. A deadly fire last week in the city of Urumqi in northwest China's Xinjiang fueled public anger, with many blaming coronavirus lockdowns that prevented rescuers from fleeing. with flames.
Protesters also demanded greater political freedoms with some even calling for the resignation of Chinese President Xi Jinping, who took a historic third term as leader of the communist state.