Election date change blamed for barracks delay in the south
The South China Morning Post has revealed that the election date change for the barracks in Cangiuan in Hanoi would come as a severe blow to the families who have been waiting on a change in the decision to evacuate. The barracks is on the frontlines of the battle in the south between China and the People’s Liberation Army, known as People’s Army 2nd Army (PLA).
On Sunday, China’s state-run Xinhua News A슬롯 머신gency reported that China’s Ministry of Public Security would issue an order to evacuate the barracks, with the immediate result being that the families of these women and children will be unable to visit relatives and seek assistance.
The reports indicate that the evacuation order came from the Chinese State Council. However, in another report in the official New Light magazine, an unidentified man claimed the government would not change its decision to evacuate the barrack가평출장안마s from 3 p.m. on Tuesday. The source added that the families would “continue to wait until the relevant congta5카지노ditions exist” before “moving forward with their case.” The source also stated that the ministry would not hold a formal meeting between all the affected families and the relevant authorities in Cangiuan on Tuesday.
This is not the first time Hanoi authorities have ordered family members to leave their homes in an attempt to stop Chinese troops from occupying its south. In 2009, after a mass protest against Chinese troops occupying a camp in Vietnam, the city ordered all families to leave their homes by 10 p.m., on the same day that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) captured Hanoi from the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea (PDR).
In February of this year, after protests in Cangiuan erupted in response to the Chinese forces taking over Cangiuan city, the Chinese government ordered all residents to leave immediately, leaving at least 10 women and children homeless.