It is well known that the CCP has been persecuting Protestantism, Catholicism and other religious groups and trampling on human rights from the moment it came into power. Particularly after Xi Jinping came to power, the CCP started fully promoting Sinicization of Christianity, wantonly arresting and persecuting Christians, human rights activists, and dissidents. On the 11th of March, China approved the constitutional amendment abolishing presidential term limits. Some analysts believe that this means Xi Jinping will be governing China for a long time to come. So, what sort of situation will human rights and religious freedom be facing in China? For this, we’ve invited Mr. Carlos Iglesias, a lawyer and expert on human rights from Spain, to analyze and discuss the state of human rights and religious freedom in China, as well as the rejection of asylum requests from exiled Chinese Christians.