Maoming People Surrounded the Government Again Due to
Dissatisfaction with the Remarks
April 3, anti-PX project protest heat up again in Maoming, Guangdong.
A lot of people surrounded the city hall again because of
dissatisfaction with the authorities’ remarks at the press conference.
After several days’ violent suppression, Maoming Government
suddenly held a press conference on March 3 and claimed 40 people
arrested and 18 detention with no death in recent conflict.
The local people surrounded government to protest again after
press conference because they can’t get the casualty number
and promise on the cancellation of PX project; plus only mainland
medias showing up in the conference.
According to Radio Free Asia, it was tension before twenty
thousand people confronted with the police until 9:30pm, no
clearance or conflicts.
A female member of Maoming Association published death
identity to expose the government’s lie of no deaths.
Heilongjiang Jiansanjiang Event Aroused International Concern
The mainland human rights lawyers continue to go to Heilongjiang
April 3, three lawyers Chen Jiangang, Wang Xing, Xie Yang went
to Seven Detention Center again to request a meeting with three
detained lawyers and got rejected.
The procuratorate doesn’t accept their charge.
Currently, Jiansanjiang event has attracted international attention
and got lots of condemn from overseas human rights lawyers,
human rights organizations and groups.
On April 2, some Hong Kong social groups requested releasing
Amnesty International organization also issued a statement
condemning the CCP’s beat and detention of human rights lawyers.
The world organization to investigate the Persecution of
Falun Gong released notice to the the chief instigator and
accomplice of Jiansanjiang event.
39 people arrested in Inner Mongolia because of protesting
the destruction of grasslands
The protests have taken place in Inner Mongolia recently.
Headquartered in New York, the human rights organization
Southern Mongolian Human Rights Information Center April 3
issued a statement saying more than 100 people from Bayan Nur
city protested the authorities’ destruction of grasslands at the
front of a government building were beaten with electric batons
by the police, 39 arrested and many injured.