U.S. urged to toughen drug war [by China]
*Lüshunkou Liaoning China Lüshun-Prison
More than 115,000 people received criminal sentences last year in China for narcotics-related violations, compared with about 81,000 in 2012, according to the Supreme People’s Court.
“I think the communities are safer and our young people are better protected against drugs,” Roque said even as he expressed optimism that the alleged killings and other violations arising from the war on drugs would be significantly reduced. “I think it is human experience,” Roque explained, “that we should hear less complaints because we know how to do it better.”