China News Agency, Beijing, June 7 (Reporter Wang Zumin) On the 7th, the Ministry of Civil Affairs of China announced the fourth batch of the list of some illegal social organizations that local civil affairs departments have banned in recent years. So far, the local civil affairs departments announced by the Ministry of Civil Affairs have banned in recent years. The number of illegal social organizations has reached 294.
There are 64 illegal social organizations banned by local civil affairs departments this time, including "Chinese Academy of Art", "China High-tech Project Research and Development Center", "International Cultural Celebrity Exchange Association", and "China Quality and Technology Management Committee". The "Gao Da Shang" organization involves many provinces including Beijing, Shanghai, Anhui, Guizhou, Yunnan, Shaanxi, Qinghai, Inner Mongolia, and Xinjiang.
On the 7th, the Ministry of Civil Affairs of China also announced the fifth batch of suspected illegal social organizations in 2021. The 8 on the list are: China Beauty Salon Association, Contemporary Artists Association, China Yogi Certification Association, China Listed Art Research Association, China Art Collection and Appraisal Professional Committee, China China Photographers Association, China Yang Family Culture Research Association, China Engineering Construction Management Industry Association.
Among them, "China Beauty and Hairdressing Association" is highly similar to the legally registered social organization "China Hairdressing and Beauty Association", only adjusting the order of words, which is extremely deceptive.
Since the beginning of this year, China has further launched a special campaign to crack down on illegal social organizations. Relevant departments have worked together to investigate hundreds of illegal social organization clues, exposed 5 batches of 51 suspected illegal social organizations, and announced that 4 batches of 294 local civil affairs departments have been banned in accordance with the law. Illegal social organizations, shut down 32 illegal social organization websites in 3 batches, and sent 1.5 billion short messages for public welfare propaganda against illegal social organizations.
The Ministry of Civil Affairs stated that it will continue to maintain a high-pressure attack on illegal social organizations, strengthen network monitoring and investigation, and simultaneously investigate and deal with them offline and online, and resolutely eradicate their breeding grounds.
At the same time, we call on the public to be vigilant when participating in related activities to avoid being deceived.