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From BBC Chinese, “ 中国上访人员被判劳教 ”: 总部设在美国纽约的人权团体" 中国人权 "周四(4月1日)说,由于拆迁等诸多社会不公和非法问题,中国有大批到各级政府信访办上访寻求解决问题的人。中国政府可能正在采用高压方式消弭上访的压力,最近被判处劳教或拘押的上访人员很多。 " 中国人权 "披露说,最近一个网上发表文章批评中国政府处理上访方式的中国妇女,自己也因此被判处劳教。 " 中国人权 "在一份声明中引述"国内知情人士"的话说,中国最大城市上海的一名因遭到强制拆迁而上访的女士马亚莲,由于在网络上发表揭露上访中种种黑暗内幕的文章,...
From Epoch Times, “ 马亚莲上网揭发 上海当局凌虐黑幕 遭判处劳教 ”: 总部设在纽约的“ 中国人权 ”组织今天表示,马亚莲上个月遭上海当局裁定移送劳教所进行再教育。 中国人权 表示,马亚莲先前在网路上张贴文章,指控上海官员于她提出申诉后将她痛殴。马亚莲不满因上海都市重新开发计划遭强制拆迁而向当局提出申诉。 See HRIC press work on Ma Yalian ( 马亚莲)
From Agencia EFE, “ Activista china inicia huelga de hambre en una “cárcel negra” de Shanghái ”: La activista y peticionaria china Ma Yalian, de 51 años, ha iniciado una huelga de hambre durante su arresto en un centro de detención no oficial (lo que se conoce como “cárcel negra”) en las afueras de...
Petitioners going to Beijing to rent houses are strictly controlled—indicating that victims are treated no better than criminals. In the name of "stability maintenance,” Beijing police have, over the years, strictly controlled petitioners coming into the city, prohibiting hotels and residences from...
People come from across the country to petition at the Bureau for Letters and Calls. They often must brave the biting cold or scorching sun, and line up in an alley for hours or even days at a time, only to be blocked or rudely and unreasonably refused when they reach the registration window. Now,...
Ma Yalian (马亚莲), a Shanghai rights defender, went to Beijing to petition during the period of the Two Congresses, and had planned to protest on Tiananmen Square. But to avoid being harassed by the police, Ma had to hide at a friend’s home where she used her friend’s computer to send out the essay.
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that the certificates for an international housing award presented to several Chinese activists have been intercepted en route to several recipients. In December 2006, the Geneva-based Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE) presented its 2006 Housing...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that jailed lawyer Zheng Enchong was allowed to return directly home following his release on completion of his sentence. However, a number of other Shanghai residents were rounded up for detention and surveillance in the lead up to his release and the...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that the whereabouts of Shanghai petitioner Chen Xiaoming remain unknown following his secret detention in February. Sources close to Chen worry that his disappearance is related to his contacts with a U.S. consular official. Sources say Chen was detained by...
Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that veteran Shanghai petitioner Mao Hengfeng was subjected to physical and mental abuse while detained for more than a month for her participation in a hunger strike. Mao took part in the nationwide hunger strike in support of lawyer Gao Zhisheng and other...

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