» 04/27/2012, 00.00
Chen Guangcheng calls on Wen Jiabao to protect his family from revenge
The blind activist is in a "safe place" in Beijing, perhaps the US Embassy. In a video, he accuses local chiefs and police of torturing him and his family. He asks the premier to protect his family.
Chen Guangcheng: democracy inevitable in China
The blind dissident, known for his battles against forced abortions and for his risky escape from house arrest, said that the transition "has already begun. Every year more than 200 thousand social protests and activists increasingly active also show that our country can adopt democratic values. "
Chen Guangcheng: China has good laws, but they have to be applied to the Party
The blind dissident, known for his battles against forced abortions and the expropriation of land is in America to study law. In an interview, he traces the route for the establishment of the rule of law in China: "Eliminate the preamble to the Constitution that gives power to the party, but otherwise just follow the Constitution."
The challenge of the blind dissident: "If the Party wants to survive, it must fight corruption '
Chen Guangcheng at the American embassy in Beijing. The dissident, known for his fight against forced abortions, sends a video message to Wen Jiabao in which he names his persecutors, and brings to light the corruption and violence prevailing in the Party. He is also seeking justice for his country and the safety of his family. Meanwhile, the regime continues to arrest his loved ones.
Blind activist Chen Guangcheng, escapes from prison. Risk of summary executions
Chen denounced forced abortions and sterilizations and expropriation against farmers for years. There is the risk of reprisals and summary justice of the police against him and his family. The video of his forced captivity.
Persecution of Chen Guangcheng’s family "getting worse"
A year after the escape of the blind dissident, known for his battles against forced abortions and sterilizations in Shandong, the communist authorities continue to persecute his family with arrests and psychological pressures. Reggie Littlejohn: "They are trying to silence one of the most authoritative voices in the battle for human rights in China."
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