Netizens Sue Public Security Bureau Again
Mainland lawyer Tang Jitian prosecuted Heilongjiang Jiansan-
jiang Public Security Bureau on June 21for his illegal detention.
Following that mainland netizens Zhang Yan, Chi Jinchun
and others sued for illegal detention on June 23.
They had been held in Jiansanjiang Public Security Bureau in
April and went to Heilongjiang Superior Court, Heilongjiang
Land Reclamation Intermediate People’s Court and JianSan-
jiang Farm reclamation court to file their suits.
According to a Human Rights Defenders report, the three
courts passed the buck and rejected the cases.
Zhang Yan and the others were tracked by unidentified
people and monitored by large number of police.
In April, Zhang Yan and netizens were illegally detained for
15 days without any documents by Jiansanjiang Public Security
Bureau for supportting illegally detained lawyers Tang Jitian,
Jiang Tianyong, Wang Cheng and Zhang Junjie.
The Alliance for True Democracy Proposal Wins The
Hong Kong Referendum
The 10-day long Hong Kong civil political reform referendum
ended on June 29.
The director of the Public Opinion Program in Hong Kong
University, Robert Chung announced initial numbers of voters.
These reached 787,767 after eliminating
ten thousand repeated ballots.
Robert Chung said Hong Kong people should be proud of the
numbers supporting the civil referendum with limited resources.
Out of the three proposals in universal suffrage, The Alliance
for True Democracy (ATD) Proposal had the most supporters;
330 thousand people, accounted for 42% of the voters;
Hong Kong Democratic Foundation had more than 80
thousand supporters, accounting for 10%;
The Students’ Proposal has 300 thousand supporters,
accounting for 38 %;
Those abstaining from voting and not voting accounted for 9%.
Taiwan Student Movement Leader Chen WeiTing Repatriated
Taiwan Sunflower student movement leader Chen WeiTing
was repatriated by Hong Kong immigration on June 29.
He had arrived in Hong Kong for the July 1 march.
Chen WeiTing is part of TAIWAN MARCH which issued a
statement, protesting at communication between Hong Kong,
Macao and Taiwan citizens groups being obstructed by the
Chinese Communist Party and Hong Kong government.
They said they will keep strongly supporting implementation
of universal suffrage and the democracy appeal in Hong Kong.
Chen WeiTing’s repatriation is political suppression of
dissidents by Beijing and Hong Kong governments.
Fujian Villagers Surrounding PX Plant Suppressed by Police
On June 29, Fujian villagers surrounded PX chemical plant to
protest at the plant starting without moving villagers away.
They are worried at the plant discharging cancer-causing
toxic gases, dust and strong noise.
According to Chinese Jasmine Revolution website report,
the local government suppressed them.
It dispatched thousands of police including armed police,
special police, and the Police Association.
Several villagers were injured and 20 arrested.