Central News Agency (Taiwan): Falun Gong Practitioners Sue Guangdong Provincial Governor During His Visit to Taiwan

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An August 16th, 2010 Central News Agency report stated that Huang Huahua, the governor of Guangdong Province in China recently led a delegation to visit Taiwan. Falun Gong practitioners filed a lawsuit against Huang Huahua at the Taiwan High Prosecutor's Office that same afternoon, charging him with the crimes of genocide and violating the Civil Rights Convention. They urged the prosecutor to arrest Huang before he leaves Taiwan.

Theresa Chu, lawyer for the Falun Gong practitioners, pointed out that when Huang Huahua worked as Guangzhou City Party Secretary and Guangdong Governor, he set up an organisation in charge of persecuting Falun Gong. The organisation orders forced labour camps and prisons to abuse, torture and murder Falun Gong practitioners. Ms. Chu hopes that the Taiwan Judicial System will take Huang Huahua's crimes seriously and bring him to justice.

Mr. Chang Ching-hsi, president of the Falun Dafa Association, and economics professor at National Taiwan University stated that Huang Huahua is responsible for breaking up a large number of families in recent years. Mr. Chang stressed that whenever Chinese Communist officials who have seriously abused human rights enter Taiwan in the future, Falun Gong practitioners will definitely file lawsuits against them.

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