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China: “Burla” a la justicia con el rechazo del recurso de un activista detenido

La decisión de un tribunal chino de rechazar el recurso de apelación del destacado activista Xu Zhiyong y confirmar su condena de cuatro años de prisión es una burla a la justicia, ha manifestado Amnistía Internacional. La decisión de un tribunal chino de rechazar el recurso de apelación del destacado activista Xu Zhiyong y confirmar su condena de cuatro años de prisión es una burla a la justicia, ha manifestado A

China: Rejection of detained activist’s appeal makes a “mockery of justice”

A Chinese court’s decision to reject an appeal by prominent activist Xu Zhiyong and uphold his four year jail sentence is an affront to justice, said Amnesty International. A Chinese court’s decision to reject an appeal by prominent activist Xu Zhiyong and uphold his four year jail sentence is an affront to justice, said Amnesty International. 

China: Rejection of detained activist’s appeal makes a 'mockery of justice” - 11 April 2014

Headline Title:  China: Rejection of detained activist’s appeal a 'mockery of justice' A Chinese court’s decision to reject an appeal by prominent activist Xu Zhiyong and uphold his four year jail sentence is an affront to justice, said Amnesty International. A Chinese court’s decision to reject an appeal by prominent activist Xu Zhiyong and uphold his four year jail sentence is an affront to justice. Media Node:  Xu Zhiyong Story Location:  China 31° 1' 49.2528" N, 106° 31' 24.3768" E “Instead of upholding freedom of expression and assembly, the court opted yet again to trample all over these fundamental rights.” Source:  William Nee, China Researcher at Amnesty International. Date:  Fri, 11/04/2014 URL:  China: Xu Zhiyong four year jail sentence “shameful Description:  News story, 26 January 2014 URL:  China: Hypocritical crackdown on anti-corruption campaigners Description:  News story, 24 January 2014

Chine. Les autorités cacheraient le corps de Cao Shunli pour masquer des preuves

Les autorités chinoises doivent immédiatement laisser la famille de Cao Shunli voir sa dépouille, a déclaré Amnesty International, au vu des craintes grandissantes au sujet d’une possible crémation du corps pour détruire les preuves de mauvais traitements que cette femme aurait subis en détention. Les autorités chinoises doivent immédiatement laisser la famille de Cao Shunli voir sa dépouille, a déclaré Amnesty International, au vu des craintes grandissantes au sujet d’une possible crémation

China: Temor a un encubrimiento mientras sigue sin aparecer el cadáver de Cao Shunli

Las autoridades chinas deben permitir inmediatamente que la familia de la activista fallecida Cao Shunli vea su cadáver, ha declarado Amnistía Internacional mientras aumenta el temor de que las autoridades incineren el cuerpo para destruir cualquier prueba de malos tratos en detención.  Las autoridades chinas deben permitir inmediatamente que la familia de la activista fallecida Cao Shunli vea su cadáver, ha declarado Amnistía Internacional mientras aumenta el temor de que las aut

China: Fear of cover-up as Cao Shunli’s body goes missing

The Chinese authorities must immediately let the family of deceased activist Cao Shunli see her body, said Amnesty International, as fears grow  the authorities will cremate Cao to destroy any evidence of her mistreatment in detention.  The Chinese authorities must immediately let the family of deceased activist Cao Shunli see her body, said Amnesty International, as fears grow  the authorities will cremate Cao to destroy any

China: Fear of cover-up as Cao Shunli’s body goes missing - 26 March 2014

The Chinese authorities must immediately let the family of deceased activist Cao Shunli see her body, said Amnesty International, as fears grow  the authorities will cremate Cao to destroy any Fears of a cover-up by the Chinese authorities grew on Wednesday, after the family of an activist that died in detention were prevented from seeing her body. Media Node:  cao Shunli 2603 Twitter Tag:  CaoShunli Story Location:  China 48° 48' 37.7316" N, 134° 1' 59.5596" E “It appears the authorities will stop at nothing to hide what really happened to Cao Shunli. This has all the markings of a cover-up on the part of the authorities.” Source:  Anu Kultalahti, China Researcher at Amnesty International. URL:  An inspiring activist – remembering China’s Cao Shunli Description:  Blog, 19 March 2014 URL:  China: Attempt to block tribute to rights activist at UN ‘an insulting ploy’ Description:  News story, 20 March 2014 URL:  Authorities have -blood on their hands- after activist's death Description:  News story, 14 March 2014

Chine. Craintes de répression à l'approche de la date anniversaire des événements de la place Tiananmen

Les autorités chinoises doivent cesser de persécuter les personnes qui veulent attirer l’attention sur les victimes de la répression qui a eu lieu sur la place Tiananmen en 1989, a déclaré Amnesty International après la condamnation d’un homme lundi 24 mars à une peine d’emprisonnement de 18 mois. Les autorités chinoises doivent cesser de persécuter les personnes qui veulent attirer l’attention sur les victimes de la répression qui a eu lieu sur la place Tiananmen en 1989, a déclaré Amnesty

China: Fears of crackdown ahead of Tiananmen Square anniversary

The Chinese authorities must end the persecution of all those trying to remember victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, Amnesty International said, after a man was jailed for 18 months on Monday. The Chinese authorities must end the persecution of all those trying to remember victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, Amnesty International said, after a man was jailed for 18 months on

China: Fears of crackdown ahead of Tiananmen Square anniversary - 24 March 2014

The Chinese authorities must end the persecution of all those trying to remember victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, Amnesty International said, after a man was jailed for 18 months on The Chinese authorities must end the persecution of all those trying to remember victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, after a man was jailed for 18 months on Monday. Media Node:  0604 China Story Location:  China 36° 36' 24.1524" N, 115° 50' 23.4528" E “Rather than ratchet up such persecution the authorities should acknowledge what really happened and deliver justice for the victims.” Source:  Anu Kultalahti, China Researcher at Amnesty International Date:  Mon, 24/03/2014

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