Members of European Parliament Condemn Jiansanjiang Authorities
The persecution of Falun Gong practitioners and their defense
attorneys by the Heilongjiang Jiansanjiang authorities has
again attracted international outrage.
January 7, a member of the European Parliament Human
Rights Committee Mr. Klaus – Bu Hena (Klaus Buchner)
through his own facebook condemns the Jiansanjiang authorities.
Bu Hena used “Focus on China" as a title on facebook: “Falun
Gong practitioners were persecuted by the Chinese government
because of their belief.
Their defense lawyers were also detained and tortured.
We should protect Falun Gong practitioners to enjoy their
free belief as provided by China Constitution.
Bu Hena also said that he has discussed with the Chinese
the Jiansanjiang court’s attempt to trample upon the rights of
Falun Gong practitioners, in written representations.
Jiang Mianheng Stepped Down at a Sensitive Time
It Attracted Concern
January 8, Chinese Academy of Sciences Shanghai Branch
official website reported that the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Shanghai Branch announced:
hat the former Chinese leader, Jiang Zemin’s son will no longer
serve as the president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences,
Shanghai Branch, due to his age, on January at the 6th cadres
The Secretary of the Party committee in Shanghai University
of Science and Technology, Zhu Zhiyuan takes over.
Because the Jiang Zemin family three generations’ Dongshan
mountain tour was fully blocked by Chinese Communist Party
CCP) Media inside and outside.
The foreign media have also reported the CCP’s anti-corruption
will target Jiang Zemin.
Jiang Mianheng’s resignation particularly attracted attention.
According to a foreign media report, 64-year-old Jiang Mianheng
has the name as the King of telecommunications in the mainland
although he served in the educational arena.
He controlled the telecommunications kingdom for the Jiang
Family, including China Netcom, China Unicom, China Mobile, etc.
Chinese Government Persecute Dissidents in Name of
Headquartered in the U.S., human rights organization the
Dui Hua Foundation issued a report on January 7th.
According to the statistics of the CCP Procuratorate, in 2013,
a total of 2318 Chinese people were arrested or prosecuted on
Most of them were processed in secret.
The Dui Hua Foundation said these people were accused of
endangering state security but only 31 names were disclosed.
The so called crime of endangering national security has
replaced counter-revolutionary crimes of the 1990s to become
a major cover for the government to repress dissidents.