China sticks to free faiths


Head of China's top political advisory body says the government will stick to its policy of supporting religious freedom in the country.

Speaking at a symposium on religion Tuesday in Beijing, Jia Qinglin praised China's achievements in religious work in 2004.

The official also said the Regulations on Religious Affairs mark an important progress in religion-related laws.

Uh, yeah.

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