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Letter to National People’s Congress and Legal Circles: Support the “I Want to File a Case” Action

May 18, 2011

Shanghai-based human rights activist Feng Zhenghu sent a letter to the National People’s Congress (NPC) and to individuals in legal circles to ask for their support for the “I Want to File a Case” action that he initiated on August 3, 2011. Feng says that this action has garnered 189 signatures. In this letter, Feng reaffirms the recommendations he made to the NPC in January 2011, including: return the citizens’ right to file complaints, ensure the independent judicial authority of judges, and remove the president of the Shanghai Intermediate People’s Court. Feng asserts that a survey he conducted showed that the court, in ignoring the complaints filed by 47 people, has engaged in “judicial inaction” for a total of more than 40,000 days.


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