Mainland Chinese Activists Demand CCP to Step Down

Two Chinese activists from the mainland are standing up against the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP), demanding the leadership to step down and be held accountable for persecuting the Chinese people. In exclusive interviews, they told The Epoch Times that they want democracy in China and an end to the CCP’s rule. Rights Activist Demands CCP to Step Down On Oct. 18, between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m., human rights activist Xiao Chun held up banners in front of the entrance of Xiamen University, in southern Fujian Province. One banner read “Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law,” and another one had the names of some renowned activists who were illegally detained by the CCP, including Xu Zhiyong, Huang Qi, Li Huaiqing, Wang Zang, Yu Wensheng, Cheng Yuan, Ding Jiaxi, and Zhang Zhan. [Caption: Xiao Chun holding up banners at the entrance of Xiamen University. (Twitter screenshot)] Xiao told The …