China strengthens education on Constitution for students

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More than 20 million Chinese students will read parts of the Constitution simultaneously via the Internet on Wednesday morning, said the Ministry of Education on Tuesday.
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More than 20 million Chinese students will read parts of the Constitution simultaneously via the Internet on Wednesday morning, said the Ministry of Education on Tuesday.

This activity is part of the MOE's efforts to strengthen education about the country's Constitution among students, said Deng Chuanhuai, director of the Department of Policies and Regulations of the ministry at a press conference.

Wednesday marks China's sixth national Constitution Day.

The ministry has worked with the Ministry of Justice to release a syllabus on legal education and added legal content, especially on the Constitution, into the current courses for students from primary schools to higher education, said Deng.

There are over 100 million registered users on the legal education website set up by the MOE, said Deng.

A weeklong campaign was launched Sunday in China to enhance the publicity of the country's Constitution.

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