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In two separate proceedings today in a Hangzhou court that lasted about two-and-a-half-hours each, longtime democracy activists Chen Shuqing ( 陈树庆) and Lü Gengsong ( 吕耿松) , members of the China Democracy Party’s Zhejiang Committee, were tried for “subversion of state power.” Both have been...
HRIC has learned that, Chen Shuqing (陈树庆) , a core member of the China Democracy Party’s Zhejiang Committee, has been formally arrested. The official charge cannot be confirmed at this point, but Chen has been in criminal detention for more than a month on charges of “subversion of state power.”...
Less than a month following the August 13 arrest of Lü Gengsong ( 吕耿松 ) on “subversion of state power,” another core member of the China Democracy Party’s Zhejiang Committee, Chen Shuqing ( 陈树庆) , was detained on the same charge. Chen’s wife, Zhang Donghong ( 张东红) , told HRIC that at 3:30 p.m. on...
On July 7, 2014, Lü Gengsong, member of the China Democracy Party’s Zhejiang Committee, was criminally detained on suspicion of “subversion of state power.” Ding Xikui, a lawyer with the Mo Shaoping Law Firm in Beijing, was retained by Lü’s family as defense counsel. On July 17, Ding traveled to...
Democracy activist Chen Shuqing (陈树庆) was released on September 13, 2010, from Qiaosi Prison in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province after serving four years on charges of “inciting subversion state power.” Chen is subject to one year of deprivation of political rights following his release, including...
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