Jan. 30, Friday
Brave Rights Defending Activities
Let’s look at the brave rights defending activities
of the repressed Chinese people.
Two Thousand Petitioners Seek to Redress Grievances
About 2,000 petitioners from around China gathered
in Beijing on Jan. 30.
They held up banners and complaints against the corrupt
Police and patrol cars were on alert at the site.
Villagers Protest Illegal Land Sale
On Jan. 29, villagers of Fuyang City, Zhejiang Province,
tried to stop illegal mining and protested against local officials"
illegal sale of a mine, but were met with suppression of police.
A dozen villagers were arrested.
Local official of Yangsa Village sold the only mine
to developer without consulting villagers.
Only recently did the villagers find out a quarter of the mine
has been explored.
During their investigation, police arrived to suppress
and stop their activities. A number of villagers were arrested.
Shenzhen Toy Factory Employees Defend Their Rights
On Jan. 29, around 400 employees of a toy factory in Shenzhen,
Guangdong Province, protested for their wage arrears.
The owner had run away, but the security guard”s violence
caused one worker injury.
Guizhou Arrested Massive Petitioners on People’s Congress Closing Day
Guizhou Normal University Professor Huang Chun
told 64tianwang.com that there were nearly 100 vehicles
and massive agents surrounding the petition office on Jan. 30,
the closing day of Guizhou People"s Congress.
The number of petitioners being removed is too many to count.