China detains human rights activists criticized by government for new virus, February 19 5:17
Prominent human rights activists who recently criticized the government's response to the new coronavirus have been detained by police calling for a campaign in China to appeal to citizens' political participation and other initiatives.
He was detained by a human rights activist, Mr. Konashi Nagano, who called for a "new civil movement" calling for citizens' political participation and social reforms. He was sentenced to public service for four years and charged three years ago.
According to officials and the Hong Kong media, Mr. Xu had a meeting in December last year in Fujian Province to talk about civil society with human rights lawyers and others, and was arrested after police had successively detained participants for plotting to overthrow the state. Was hidden.
However, as the spread of the new coronavirus has tightened control of access to residential areas, police have been detained on March 15 at a lawyer's home in Guangzhou, Guangdong.
He recently criticized the government's response in a statement published on the internet, saying that the `` government sealed off the truth and delayed its release caused a virus outbreak and caused disaster in the country. '' , I wanted a retired Xi Jinping Jintao.
He also sounded a warning bell on SNS before the authorities announced and was sentenced to police, and he expressed his condolences to a Wuhan doctor who died of an infected child.
The doctor told the media that "a healthy society shouldn't be just one voice," but authorities detained Xu and said that he would contain different opinions with power. It is a form shown again.