yers say the Home Secretary would have some leeway in deciding which takes priority. Considera
tions would usually include which request came first, and which alleged crime was more serious.
Most of the lawmakers who signed the letter are from the opposition Labour Party, whose leader, Jere
my Corbyn, wants Britain to refuse to send Assange to the US After Assange’s arrest, he prai
sed Assange for exposing US atrocities committed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Some Conservative Party members are also backing the move. Prom
inent lawmaker Alistair Burt, a former Foreign Office mini
ster, said the “minimizing of the issues in relation to sexual assault are really quite disturbing.”
He said the testimony of the women who have been involv
ed makes it “essential” that Assange face justice to either be cleared or convicted.
Assange, 47, has denied the sexual misconduct allegations, which he claims are politically motivated.
nt of a comprehensive social security system in record time. Having set up the foundation,
it can now focus on targeted improvements. For example, in 2017, China provided special funds for pre-preg
nancy and other medical checkups for women, benefiting 12 million women, or 91.7 percent of the target group.
The country’s modernization could not have occurred without the people increasing their capabilities. Beyond general educ
ation for the population, the government has increased the knowledge and experience of officials to be at the fore
front of solving problems. Specialist schools and academies have been set up in multiple fields, including a national soci
al security school in Beijing to build the capacity of social security officers across the nation.
It is the totality of the Chinese experience over the past four decades, in rebuilding the
country in so many ways, that has become an inspiration for other countries. C
hina has been a diligent student learning from others. Today, it also has many experiences to share with the world.