After the land reform began, and it became clear that the majority of the people supported the new policy, 23 March 1946 the Provisional People's Committee adopted the so-called "political program of 20 points" (ICIPE-ke chongan) in which the prospects of the state construction were outlined more clearly. The program proclaimed the necessity of realization of such natural for the current situation of problems, as the elimination of the consequences of the Japanese colonization, the establishment of the 8-hour workday, equality between men and women, freedom of speech and assembly, and so on. N. However, the program also spoke about the need to suppress the "anti-democratic" and " fascist elements "that the proclamation of the course meant to fight the opposition (which, obviously, was not the majority). In addition, in the program notes the need for a new election of the local people's committees, as well as the transfer to the state ownership of banks, large enterprises, mines.
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