Nanjing has designated red line for fine days through the national public memorial Protection Ordinance.

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 Nanjing has designated red line for fine days through the national public memorial Protection Ordinance.


For the first time, the Regulations clearly stipulate that when the alarm is sounded at the national sacrificial ceremony, all personnel in the city shall observe a minute of silence on the spot, with the exception of those indicated. In order to ensure the solemnity and ceremonial sense of mourning activities, the Regulations also require that the deceased should be sincerely remembered when holding mourning activities or visiting national sacrificial facilities.

At the same time, in order to maintain the seriousness of national sacrificial activities and places, the Regulations also impose certain restrictions on public recreational activities in Nanjing during the period of public sacrifice, including: during the period of national sacrificial activities stipulated by the Peoples Government Notice, all public recreational activities around the national sacrificial facilities are prohibited. At the same time, the broadcasting, television, newspapers and other media in Nanjing should stop publishing all entertaining reports or programs on the day of the National Day of Public Sacrifice.

It is noteworthy that the Regulations delimit a legal red line for Jingri acts. The Regulations prohibit any unit or individual from distorting or denying the historical facts of the Nanjing Massacre, insulting or slandering the victims and survivors of the Nanjing Massacre, and fabricating and disseminating those contents that are harmful to the dignity of the state and the nation and hurt the feelings of the people. Speech or information; It is prohibited to use military uniforms, flags, icons or related props with symbolic significance of Japanese militarism in state public memorial facilities, anti-Japanese War sites and anti-Japanese war memorials, to take photos, record videos or publicly disseminate the above-mentioned acts through the Internet; and it is prohibited for any unit or individual to infringe upon the Nanjing Massacre. The legitimate rights and interests of the victims, survivors, names, portraits, reputation and so on. For those who violate the above-mentioned provisions and constitute violations of public security administration, the Regulations clearly stipulate that public security organs shall impose penalties for public security administration according to law; those who constitute crimes shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law; and those who infringe upon the legitimate rights and interests of the victims and survivors of the Nanjing Massacre, such as their names, portraits and reputation, shall also bear the peoples responsibilities according to law. Responsibility. The regulations also stipulate that the Nanjing massacre should be popularized with the emphasis on young students. The administrative department of education shall incorporate the subject education of national sacrifices into the local curricula of primary and secondary schools in this city and organize the compilation of teaching materials. This article is from China News Network: Shen Rans editor: Ji Ke _b6492

It is noteworthy that the Regulations delimit a legal red line for Jingri acts. The Regulations prohibit any unit or individual from distorting or denying the historical facts of the Nanjing Massacre, insulting or slandering the victims and survivors of the Nanjing Massacre, and fabricating and disseminating those contents that are harmful to the dignity of the state and the nation and hurt the feelings of the people. Speech or information; It is prohibited to use military uniforms, flags, icons or related props with symbolic significance of Japanese militarism in state public memorial facilities, anti-Japanese War sites and anti-Japanese war memorials, to take photos, record videos or publicly disseminate the above-mentioned acts through the Internet; and it is prohibited for any unit or individual to infringe upon the Nanjing Massacre. The legitimate rights and interests of the victims, survivors, names, portraits, reputation and so on.

For those who violate the above-mentioned provisions and constitute violations of public security administration, the Regulations clearly stipulate that public security organs shall impose penalties for public security administration according to law; those who constitute crimes shall be investigated for criminal responsibility according to law; and those who infringe upon the legitimate rights and interests of the victims and survivors of the Nanjing Massacre, such as their names, portraits and reputation, shall also bear the peoples responsibilities according to law. Responsibility.

The regulations also stipulate that the Nanjing massacre should be popularized with the emphasis on young students. The administrative department of education shall incorporate the subject education of national sacrifices into the local curricula of primary and secondary schools in this city and organize the compilation of teaching materials.