China no longer tries to conceal its treatment of political dissidents. In early 2011, the Communist regimedecided once again to crack down on those who dared to protest government behavior. Officials had numerous human rights activists arrested or detained without due process, in an effort to prevent them from criticizing the government any further. Between February and April 2011, when “anonymous calls for ‘jasmine rallies’ in China began circulating on the internet,” 26 people were arrested for inciting subversion of state power, 30 disappeared altogether, and 200 were detained with their movements completely restricted.
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