【禁聞】周案準備公審 涉案金額正在核定

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【新唐人2014年09月03日訊】周案準備公審 涉案金額正在核定

中共前政治局常委周永康一案,9月1號又有新消息傳出。據中國大陸《時代週報》報導,周永康涉及貪腐的金錢數額,目前正在核定當中,但公審所需要的材料已經開始準備。不過,報導沒有說明消息來源,和「所需材料」涉及的範圍,也沒有預告公審的時間表。

據台灣《中央社》報導,在與周永康相關的涉貪利益集團中,僅與「中石油」一家相關的貪腐涉案金額,就高達人民幣1020多億元,這個數字幾乎是2013年中共「國資委」直接監管的113家中央企業利潤總額的10%。

而《時代週報》報導說,7月29號周永康被立案審查的消息公布後,一個龐大裙帶利益共生鏈條浮出了水面,其中,「中石油」系統多達十多人,中共政法委、公安部、國資委、海南省、四川省等機構,已經落馬的官員就有近30名。

英媒:中共提出港普選方案與羞恥

中共關於香港特首普選方案的決議案公布後,不僅引起香港社會的動盪,也引起了國際輿論的關注。

「英國廣播公司」《BBC》中文網,日前刊登署名文章說,中共拋出的這個「普選方案」是一個近乎流氓的方案。

文章說:中共把這麼個「先由1200人的提名委員會提名2,3個人,然後給香港人自己選擇一個的方案叫「普選」,不是因為它們不知道「普選」為何物,而是因為它們不知道羞恥。

文章說,普選就是普及而平等的選舉,不是由某些人先挑幾個爛蘋果,然後讓所謂的大眾自己揀一個。

文章分析說,中共怕香港有普及而平等的選舉,是怕中國大陸的民眾也要求有同樣的選舉,從而導致它們最害怕的後果——中共倒臺。但是,壓制了香港的普選,也不能避免中共倒臺,因為從歷史發展來看,中共倒臺只是一個時間問題。

港民爭民主 獲國際廣泛聲援

除了媒體的關注之外,美國和加拿大的11個海外民運組織,9月1號也聯合發表公開信,聲援香港民眾反對「假普選」,爭取「真民主」。

據《自由亞洲電臺》報導,這些組織要求美、加兩國政府,通過外交力量,敦促中共當局,信守「中英聯合聲明」中,對香港人民「一國兩制」的承諾,尊重香港的憲政和基本法。

同時,台灣也有大約20個民間組織,聯署聲明支持香港民眾的民主抗爭。

編輯/周玉林

Zhou’s Case Ready for Public Trial, The Money Involved is Being Verified

On Sept. 1, new information has come out on the case of Zhou
Yongkang, former Politburo Standing Committee member.
Mainland China-based The Time Weekly reports that
the public trial documents for Zhou’s case are being prepared;
the involved money in corruption is currently being verified.

However, the report left out a lot of the details,
such as the source of the information and the trial’s schedule.

Taiwan Central News Agency reports that for the involved
interest groups, the corruption-related money from
China National Petroleum Corporation alone
is more than 102 billion yuan ($16.59 billion).
This amount is 10 percent of the total profits from the central
government’s 113 enterprises, which are under the direct
supervision of the State-owned Assets Supervision
and Administration Commission (SASAC) in 2013.

The Time Weekly reported that a large chain of corrupt
officials and their cronies appeared after the announcement
of Zhou’s investigation on July 29th.

This chain includes a dozen people from the China National
Petroleum Corporation, as well as people from the Politics
and Law Committee, the Ministry of Public Security,
the SASAC, Hainan Province, Sichuan Province and other
agencies; with nearly 30 officials having already been sacked.

British media: Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Proposal of Hong
Kong Universal Suffrage and Shame

The announcement of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP)
resolution for Hong Kong’s Chief Executive election
has not only caused unrest in Hong Kong,
but has also attracted international attention.

British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)’s Chinese website
recently published a signed article that the CCP’s universal
suffrage proposal is like a rogue proposal.

The article says, “This proposal, which has the 1,200 member
nominating committee nominate a few candidates and then
has Hong Kong people elect one of them, is what the CCP
calls universal suffrage because CCP is shameless.
It’s not because CCP doesn’t know what universal suffrage is.

The author says that universal suffrage is about providing
universal and equal suffrage; not about having people pick
from one of several preselected rotten apples.

The article analyzed that the CCP is fears mainland Chinese
may request universal suffrage like Hong Kong people have
which may result in the CCP’s greatest fear – its downfall.

They article says that suppressing universal suffrage
in Hong Kong won’t protect the CCP from downfall,
because from the perspective of history’s development,
the CCP’s downfall is only a matter of time.

Hong Kong Democracy Struggle Won international Solidarity

In addition to the media’s attention, 11 pro-democracy
organizations in the U.S. and Canada jointly published
an open letter on Sept. 1 in solidarity with the Hong Kong
people against fake election to get true democracy.

Radio Free Asia reports that these organizations are calling on
the U.S. and Canadian governments to urge the Chinese
authorities to keep the promise of “One Country,
Two Systems"in the Sino-British Joint Declaration
and respect the Hong Kong constitution and basic law.

Meanwhile, about 20 non-governmental organizations in
Taiwan jointly signed a statement to support Hong Kong’s
struggle for democracy.

Edit/Zhou Yulin

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