In an open letter to the National People’s Congress, the organizers of the “Jasmine Rallies” call on the people to gather every Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in each of the designated places in 13 Chinese cities to continue to push for an end to corruption, an independent judiciary, and a government supervised by the people. The letter urges people to participate in an act of “non-violent non-cooperation” by “strolling, watching, or pretending to pass by.”
The open letter was posted on February 22, 2011, on the temporary website of Boxun.com, a popular U.S.-based Chinese language news website that is currently under attack. The following is an English translation of the letter by Human Rights in China.
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