Over 50 Cities In 25 Countries Witness Protests Against Chinese Communist Party Regime On National China Day

Over 50 Cities In 25 Countries Witness Protests Against Chinese Communist Party Regime On National China DayChinese President Xi Jinping (Wikimedia Commons)

In a significant development, China's 71st National Day celebrated on 1 October witnessed protests against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)'s regime in 50 cities spread in 25 nations across continents, reports Economic Times.

Anti-China protests were held across North America, Europe and Asia. Nations like Canada, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan and many other nations witnessed people from Hong Kong, Taiwanese, Tibetan, Mongolian, Vietnamese and Japanese communities come out in protest.

Meanwhile, New Delhi based think tank identified as Law and Society Alliance had also hosted a webinar titled, "Global Campaign for Democratic China: Uniting Against CCP's Repressive Regime" during which a campaign was launched against the CCP regime by various scholars, activists and politicians.

The webinar witnessed participation by former union minister and MLA from Arunachal Pradesh, Ninong Ering. The national co-convenor of Swadeshi Jagran Manch Ashwani Mahajan had also participated in the webinar event. During the event, Mahajan had emphasised, "The economic clout China has brought is preventing democratic countries from speaking against it."