French MP expresses Concern over Evil Persecution by the Jiang Regime

Laurent Henart.
MP of Meurthe-et-Moselle,
Vice Mayor of Nancy City,
Nancy. July 16th 2003.

Dear Madame,

You requested me to pay attention to the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China.

As a member of the Tibetan issues research group at the national assembly, I am particularly concerned about the issue of human rights in the People’s Republic of China.

I completely share your reasonable anxiety over this intolerant evil behaviour. I hope to submit a question, in written form, to the Foreign Minister, Mr. Dominique de Villepin, to ensure that your appeal to the government leads to a concrete result.

I am willing to offer you any help, Madame, Please accept my good wishes.

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Information Attached: Question in the written form by Laurent Henart to the French Foreign Minister.

Laurent Henart.
MP of Meurthe-et-Moselle,
Vice Mayor of Nancy City,
Paris. July 16th 2003.

Question in the Written Form

To The Foreign Minister:

Laurent Henart would like to make a proposal to the Foreign Minister to pay attention to the crackdown on Falun Gong followers in the People’s Republic of China. Falun Gong is a cultivation method beneficial to life and health, combined with the practice of exercises and meditation based on belief in “Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance.” This is a feature of Chinese civilization and culture. However, since 1999, the Chinese authorities have adopted a policy to inflict almost systematic persecution on Falun Gong practitioners, including arrests, detention, torture, forced labour, education, and imprisonment in mental hospitals. This kind of policy means the apparent violation of freedom of belief, expression and assembly, which are composite parts of basic human rights. Therefore, this policy also apparently violates the World Human Rights Declaration signed by China in 1948. Laurent Henart asks the Foreign Minster about what kind of political and diplomatic method our government is taking to improve the Chinese leader’s stance on respecting human rights.

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Translated from Chinese at http://www.yuanming.net/articles/200309/24472.html

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