The ruling Communist Party of China issued internal guidelines recently mandating that state-run propaganda outlets avoid any positive reports on the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
The guidelines are dated June 12 and were put out by the Chinese national security commission, the high-level party group headed by President Xi Jinping.
"Forbid any positive reports on the Hong Kong people’s appeals for democracy and freedom," the guidelines state. "Take full advantage of the government’s right to speak to lead public opinion."
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