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Li Weiguo

In a ruling today that has implications for Chinese citizens’ right to hold assemblies or just informal gatherings in public, a court in Guangzhou upholds the police’s punishment of Li Weiguo ( 李维国) , a Guangzhou resident, for inviting people in May 2013 to witness his delivery of applications to...
After Li submitted the applications, police raided Li's home in search of computers and phones, and on May 24, 2013, confiscated Li's USB key and placed him under a 15-day administrative detention as punishment for “inciting illegal assembly.” Li filed a complaint against Guangzhou Municipal Public...
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