【禁闻】浙大需什么校长?校友声明提诉求

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【新唐人2013年06月26日讯】中国“重庆大学”校长林建华将调任“浙江大学”。23号,一份由“浙江大学”校友发表的《浙大需什么校长?校友提诉求》的联合声明,在网路迅速传播,声明主要是针对“浙大新任校长”提出诉求及期望。

浙江大学”校友在大陆微博发出声明表示,“浙江大学校长需要的是一位德才兼备的学术带头人,是一个学校管理能力得到社会广泛认可的人。”

据了解,参与声明的是来自中国大陆以及海外的各地“浙大”校友会,40多名主要负责人。

与此同时,大陆微博网友,也发表了《反对林建华先生担任浙大校长》的长微博,文章被网友大量转发。文中第一段就开门见山表示“广大校友认为,林建华先生非常不适合担任浙江大学校长”,博主还提出了几点理由,如林建华的背景等。

据了解,林建华是“北京大学”无机化学专业博士。2010年底担任“重庆大学”校长。今年3月,“重庆大学”民主湖论坛上一则名为《“重大”之殇——讨校长檄》的帖子,曾经引发热烈讨论,这篇《讨校长檄》的帖子,矛头直指林建华所推行的革新举措。

而《浙大需什么校长?校友提诉求》的联合声明发起人——法国“浙江大学”校友会会长王晓杰表示,发起“联合声明”的动机:“一方面是我们希望有一位德才兼备、年富力强的人士担任浙大校长一职﹔另方面希望中国高校校长的选拔机制有所改善与健全,制度化、透明化、公开化。”

法国“浙江大学”校友会会长王晓杰﹕“这联合声明当中,我们提出了5点人选的标准,一个的话是德才兼备,第二个我们希望校务政策有一个延续性……得必须有一个校长能够比较长期的在这工作,了解浙大事务,各个部门之间的协调度是非常要紧的……就是说,他的学术造诣得服众。”

此事在网路上引起轩然大波,网友纷纷跟帖表示﹕“支持!”

网友说,支持校友们用民主的手段发出声音,这也是全球“浙大”人的声音!民主精神是我们当今社会极为匮乏的。就冲这一点,“浙大”已经走在了国际化前沿!

浙江大学历史学退休教授夏瑰琦:“一个校长他底下的人都是高级知识份子,连他们都没有选举自己校长的能力的话,那还有什么地方可以自由选举呢?”

还有网友赞赏的表示﹕“六十多年来第一次出现类似的事,后续值得关注!”

不过,24号晚,“浙江大学校友总会”官方微博宣称,“浙江大学校友总会,从未以浙大校友会名义,发布任何关于校领导任命的声明。”

随后,王晓杰也通过微博再度发出声明表示,“联合声明”上没有反对上级部门对“浙江大学”校长的任命,只是表达“浙大”校友对校长人选的诉求和期望。

王晓杰﹕“浙江大学校长到今天为止还没有任命,那么何来的反对呢﹖我们的声明的话,是不针对任何人,因为没有人让我们去针对,对不对!所以,我们只是提出了诉求,浙大(校长)人选下来了之后,我们会去作评判的。”

原“山东大学”教授孙文广向《新唐人》表示,上级派来的“新校长”,往往是贯彻当局意图的人选。孙文广还透露,中国的大学校长,是由中共党委来确定人选。

原山东大学教授孙文广:“有的学校是重点大学,那么他必须要经过教育部的党委,中共的组织部,他们来讨论决定谁来当校长,一般的大学,省委有一个组织部,有关的教育部的党委,他们一起商量来任命,最后由国家教育部的名义来任命,但是实际上背后呢,是中共在操盘,任命校长时考虑的,一个是服从党的领导,第二是坚持社会主义。”

“浙江大学”历史学退休教授夏瑰琦表示,越来越多的中国大陆民众渴望民主、自由,开始关心周遭的环境,对一些事情没有像以前那么冷漠了。

采访编辑/常春 后制/薛莉

University Professors Openly Stand Up To The Central Government

Lin Jianhua, the president of Chongqing University
inChina is going to work at Zhejiang University.
On June 23 a statement “What type of president
does Zhejiang University need?”
by Zhejiang University alumni appeared on
the Internet and spread rapidly.
The statement had demands and expectations for
“the new president of Zhejiang University”.

Zhejiang University alumni said in the
statement through microblog
“The president of Zhejiang University should be
an academic leader with integrity and ability.
His or her university management capability
should be widely recognized in society.”

It is understood that more than 40 people mainly
responsible for the alumni associations of
Zhejiang University from the China mainland and
abroad participated in the statement.

At the same time, microbloggers in China
published a long post:
“To go against Mr. Lin Jianhua to serve as
the president of Zhejiang University”,
which was forwarded by many netizens.

It is understood that Lin Jianhua holds an
Inorganic Chemistry Ph.D. degree from Peking University.
He served as the president of Chongqing University
until the end of 2010.
In March this year, an article named “the shame of Chongqing
University” was posted in the Democracy Lake forum.
This sparked intense discussion. The article pointed to the
innovative ideas directly implemented by Lin Jianhua.

Wang Xiaojie, the chairman of Zhejiang University
Alumni Association in France discussed the motives for launching the joint statement.
He said “We hope to find a person who is in the prime of
life with integrity and ability to serve as the president.
We also hope the selection mechanism of
university presidents in China are improved and open with fairness and transparency.”

Wang Xiaojie: “We proposed five standards
for a candidate in the joint statement.
First, we need a candidate with integrity and ability.
Second, we need the continuity of university policy.
We need a president who could work at
Zhangjiang University for a long time.
He or she should be familiar with Zhejiang University affairs.

The degree of coordination between
the various departments is very important.
Therefore, the candidate’s academic attainments
have to convince the public.”

This event caused a great disturbance on the Internet.
Many netizens followed up with support statements.

Several netizens said they support the alumni
to use democratic means of expression.
This is also the voice of Zhejiang University
people all over the world!
Democratic spirit is extremely scarce in today’s society.

On this point, Zhejiang University is
at the international forefront!

Xia Guiqi, retired history professor at Zhejiang University:
“People under the president are his senior intellectuals.
If they do not have the ability to select their presidents,
where else could we have free elections?”

Several netizens also expressed views: “We first came
across this sixty years ago. We are still concerned!”

On the evening of June 24 the official microblog account of
Zhejiang University Alumni Association announced that no
statement was published by them on the appointment of
university leaders under Zhejiang University Alumni Association.”

After that, Wang Xiaojie also issued a statement
through the Microblog.
He said again that the “joint statement” is not opposed
to Zhejiang University president’s appointment.
The alumni just expressed their aspirations and
expectations of the candidates.

Wang Xiaojie: “The president of Zhejiang University
has not been appointed so far.
Who are we going against? Our statement did not point to
anyone directly as there is no one for us to point, right?
We just made demands. Once the Zhejiang University
candidate is revealed, we will go for judgment.”

Sun Wenguang, a former professor at
Shangdong University told NTD TV that
the “new president” set by higher authorities often
carry out the leaders’ intentions as part of getting the post.
Sun Wenguang also revealed that university presidents in
China are put in place by the Communist Party committee.

Sun Wenguang: “Some universities are key universities,

then the presidents must be determined by the
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) committee of the
Ministry of Education or the
Organization Department of the CCP.
For general universities, the presidents are determined
by the provincial CCP organization department and related parts of the Department of Education.
Finally, the presidents are appointed on behalf of the
Ministry of Education. In fact, the CCP is the operator.
To consider the appointment of presidents, the first step is to
obey the CCP. The second is to adhere to the socialism.”

Xia Guiqi, former history professor of Zhejiang University said
that more and more people are hungry for democracy and freedom in China.
People are beginning to care about the environment
around them and are not as cold as before.

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