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Urging the 19th Party Congress to Oust Xi Jinping and Fully Implement Structural Political Reform

October 18, 2017

Since the 18th Party Congress in 2012, human rights have deteriorated, the rule of law has regressed, torture has increased, and the number of wrongful incarcerations has grown dramatically—Beijing rights defender Yu Wensheng states in an open letter. Yu says that since Xi Jinping came to power five years ago, Xi has acted against the tide of history and has been strengthening totalitarian rule over the country; as such, says Yu, Xi is no longer suited to remain in his position. Yu advises the 19th Party Congress to replace Xi, to implement structural political reform in order to build a free and democratic China that respects human rights and the rule of law, and to hand the power back to the people. 


建言中共十九大罢免习近平、全面推行政治体制改革

——余文生律师公开信

中国共产党第十九次代表大会各位代表:

自2012年中共十八大以来,中国人权恶化、法治倒退、酷刑泛滥、冤狱横生。中共当局言自由、民主、平等、法治,实际中国无自由、无民主、无平等、无法治,有的是权贵当道、贪腐横行。

2013年中共当局镇压“新公民运动”,大规模抓捕要求“官员财产公示”的公民;2014年中共当局镇压“香港占中”运动,北京、广州大规模抓捕“支持香港占中”的公民;2015年“709”事件,中共当局大规模抓捕“人权律师”“人权捍卫者”。五年来,中共当局虐杀无辜同胞,“庆安事件”“雷阳事件”等等,凶手逍遥法外;五年来,中共当局继续迫害“法轮功”、火烧“十字架”,镇压信仰自由;五年来,“恶法”横行,《国家安全法》《网络安全法》等等,打压维权异议公民,依言论治罪,维护权贵利益。

回首中共97年历史,回首中共建政68年历史,专制集权、腐败透顶,哪管人民死活,它犯下的“反人类”罪行,馨竹难书!

习近平作为中共最高领导人,五年执政,不顺应历史潮流,开历史倒车,强化极权统治,其已不适合继续留任。余文生作为中国律师,建言中共十九大罢免习近平,顺应历史潮流,全面实行政治体制改革,建立建设自由、民主、人权、法治中国,还政于民。

余文生律师
2017年10月18日于北京

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