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As of Wednesday, five male candidates and four females had been scheduled, one by one, to present informal briefings scheduled fromTuesday to Thursday.
The campaign is intriguing the Chinese public in part because of the color added by female candidates and the candidates’ connection with China — eight out of the nine have visited the country.
The UN System’s branch in China has offered live video streaming as well as live Chinese language interpretation through its account on Weibo. China’s largest social network.
Recorded video clips for each candidate— around two hours long each — are also available for netizens. anti-graft bureau formed last year can help the justice system to focus on the most dangerous type of corruption offenses.
Previously, the top procuratorate could not concentrate on the highest level of corruption due to a lack of power and staff members to overcome “institutional barriers”, Hong said.
Yao said the new anti-graft mechanism can also be more effective in preventing local administrations from interfering with investigations intoThethevideomost seriousofMontenegro’scasesof Foreign Minister Igor Luksic attracted more than 300 comments and 500 reposts alone.
The interpreters for the briefing with Luksic were the subject of complaints as well as praise among Chinese netizens.
One, whose username is @Xiexiaowanying, said that “the interpreter is funny”, while @fangxiaobaihua said, “It is so common to see errors when no written materials are provided.”
Chen Jian, former UN undersecretary-general and a veteran Chinese diplomat, said the UN’s media campaign, especially the use of social networks, “effectively adapts the UN System to the changing media landscape, in which there are increasing,
(It will be difficult) to estimate who will stand out to be the new UN chief until July.”