Inner Mongolia: Rising Unrest Over CCP Language Policy

More than 300 staff members of Inner Mongolia Radio and Television signed a petition against Beijing’s policy to restrict Mongolian language in local schools.

Inner Mongolia Radio and Television is a provincial-level Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece under the direct leadership of the Propaganda Department.

It’s a rare move for staff working for CCP propaganda to raise their voices against CCP policies because it puts them at greater risk of losing their livelihood.