Thursday, November 12, 2015

Government Accountability (政府问责)

China still uses medieval torture methods against opponents—Amnesty
The Guardian, November 11, 2015

Parallel submission to the Committee Against Torture in advance of the review of the PRC's fifth report
Human Rights in China, November 2015

Lawyer: I was tortured by Chinese police
British Broadcasting Corporation, November 12, 2015

China: No end in sight—Torture and forced confessions in China
Amnesty International, November 11, 2015

人权组织:中国普遍存在酷刑 嫌犯律师都遭殃 (Rights Group: Use of torture widespread in China, detained lawyers have all suffered from it)
Deutsche Welle, November 12, 2015

CPC in Tibet aims to punish Dalai Lama followers
China Digital Times, November 11, 2015

中共在西藏“整风”,查处党内达赖喇嘛追随者 (CPC to carry out “rectification” in Tibet and punish party members who follow Dalai Lama)
New York Times, November 12, 2015

Chinese authorities expel nuns from Jada convent in Tibet
Radio Free Asia, November 10, 2015

Graft probes hit top officials in Beijing and Shanghai
China Digital Times, November 11, 2015

Guideline on preventing erosion of state assets
Xinhua, November 10, 2015

China's oppression, Inc.
The Diplomat, November 11, 2015

Fake graft inspector featured in newspaper owned by China’s supreme prosecutor
South China Morning Post, November 11, 2015