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Urgent Attention: Shanghai Activists Xu Peiling and Cui Fufang Again Arrested For Assisting Elections

November 13, 2016

Well-known Shanghai activist, Feng Zhenghu, is running for election as a deputy to the People's Congress for the Yangpu District in Shanghai. On November 13, two of his volunteers, Xu Peiling and Cui Fufang, were helping to hand out promotional materials for his campaign to his constituents when they were taken away by police around 3:00 p.m. At 6:30 p.m. they had still not been released. Feng Zhengghu urgently requests that the police handle their cases equitably and in accordance with the law. He also calls for the release of Xu Peiling, Cui Fufang, and others as soon as possible, demanding that the legitimate rights of citizens to run for office and participate in the election process be protected.


紧急关注:上海徐佩玲、崔福芳助选再遭拘捕

今天下午2点左右,冯正虎参选人大代表的助选志愿者徐佩玲、崔福芳等人去冯正虎所在的杨浦区第115选区的居民小区,第3次向选民发送冯正虎的参选宣传资料。这次情况突变,五角场派出所警察出面干扰她们正当合法的助选行为。

当她们将一张《冯正虎向选民拜票》(反面内容《请您在选票空格内写上“冯正虎”》)参选宣传单放入楼房外的露天信箱里,遭到阻止,警察将她们用警车带到五角场派出所相关的地方(具体地点不明)警察。

估计徐佩玲是下午3点左右在国顺路小区一带被警察带走,不清楚与她一起被带走的是否还有其他人。崔福芳是在我家隔壁的政通路250弄里投送上述宣传单,在3点半左右被几个警察带走。

我接到崔福芳的电话立即赶过来,正巧碰到她与警察走过来,我当即问指挥的庞黎斌警官(穿便服):“为什么要带她走?她犯什么?”他回答:“她没有犯什么,带她去问问。”我说:“你是传唤吗?有传唤证吗?”他说:“没有,是口头传唤。”我说:“好的,你以后要补传唤证。你们是公务行为吗?”他回答:“是的。”我说:“既然是公务行为,我就可以对你们的执法行为摄像了。”我与彭警官彼此摄像,其他警察带着崔福芳上警车。

现在晚上18:30许,她们的电话尚未开通,肯定还在五角场派出所警察的手里,不知关在何处。

强烈要求警察依法行政,公正执法,尽快释放徐佩玲、崔福芳等人,保护公民参选与助选的合法的权利。

冯正虎
2016年11月13日

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