China refutes Pompeo's accusation over CPC policies

Added On January 15, 2021

 A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson refutes U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's accusation over the Communist Party of China (CPC) policies on religion, human rights, Tibet and Xinjiang related issues.

Spokesperson Zhao Lijian made the remarks when he told a daily news briefing on Monday.
Zhao said Pompeo's attempt to drive a wedge between the CPC and the Chinese people is doomed to fail.
The spokesperson said Pompeo had planned for and practiced the "lying diplomacy" and pursued to revive McCarthyism, which had dented U.S. image and reputation more than ever.   
Zhao said the key to China's development was that the Chinese people have found a development path in line with the country's national realities under the leadership of the CPC.
According to authoritative international research, the Chinese people's overall satisfaction toward the CPC-led government exceeds 90 percent for many years.   
The spokesperson says Pompeo's political attacks on the CPC is tantamount to attacks on the 1.4 billion Chinese people, adding that any attempt to remold or even subvert the Chinese government is a mission impossible and doomed to fail.