Title China: 1. What proportion of the Chinese population (or workforce?) are party members? 2. Is it known if citizens are asked to join, even if indicating their unwillingness to do so? 3. Does party membership improve treatment in the workplace and enhance promotion prospects? 4. Is it likely that refusal to join the Party would be a reason for dismissal and refusal of other employment opportunities?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 17 December 2009
Country China
Topics Political groups | Political parties | Political situation | Right to employment
Citation / Document Symbol CHN35907
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, China: 1. What proportion of the Chinese population (or workforce?) are party members? 2. Is it known if citizens are asked to join, even if indicating their unwillingness to do so? 3. Does party membership improve treatment in the workplace and enhance promotion prospects? 4. Is it likely that refusal to join the Party would be a reason for dismissal and refusal of other employment opportunities?, 17 December 2009, CHN35907, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4dd0ebe32.html [accessed 18 December 2017]
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