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Human Rights in China (HRIC) has learned that prison officials have refused a request by the families of jailed Liaoyang labor activists Yao Fuxin and Xiao Yunliang to grant Yao and Xiao medical parole for severe health problems.
As the June Fourth government crackdown on the 1989 Democracy Movement continues to recede into the past, and as victims’ families age and pass away, broad and more effective international actions are increasingly critical to support the families’ appeals for justice. With complete impunity for the...
OPEN LETTER June 16, 2020 To: Li Zhanshu Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPCSC) Re: Reject National Security Legislation Dear Chairman Li, We are writing to express our grave concerns regarding the recent adoption by China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) of...
Human Rights in China has learned that unidentified men today burst into the Shanghai home of rights defense lawyer Zheng Enchong (郑恩宠) , threatening to beat him if he continues to speak out about the situation in Tibet.
Following are translated highlights from the September 2006 issue of Ren Yu Ren Quan . A printer-friendly PDF version is available for download . The full Chinese-language issue can be read at http://www.renyurenquan.org . The Ren Yu Ren Quan editors can be contacted at RYRQeditor[a]hrichina.org .
On January 19, 2018, lawyer Yu Wensheng published a "Citizen’s Proposal to Amend the Constitution," with recommendations for deleting the "Preamble” to the Constitution and for other political reforms. He was criminally detained the following day, on suspicion of "obstructing official business" and...

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