On September 11th, Falun Gong practitioners rallied in Tokyo to urge the Japanese government not to allow senior Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials Jia Qinglin and Bo Xilai to enter the country. Jia is the chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People' s Political Consultative Conference and Bo is the Minister of Commerce. Both Jia and Bo are major perpetrators of the persecution of Falun Gong. The practitioners announced that they are considering filing a lawsuit against Jia and Bo in Japan. The rally was followed by a parade to raise public awareness of the persecution and the crimes committed by the two officials.
|Falun Gong practitioners rallied outside the Japanese Congress to protest the visit of Jia Qinglin and Bo Xilai|
At the rally, Tsuruzono Masaaki, president of the Falun Dafa Association of Japan, pointed out that this visit marks the third official visit of Bo Xilai to Japan in three consecutive years. "Allowing a human rights scoundrel to repeatedly visit Japan is a shame to the Japanese people and the Japanese government. The immigration bureau should deny entry to Bo Xilai and Jia Qinglin," Mr. Masaaki stated.
Another representative from the Falun Dafa Association of Japan made an appeal at the rally: "Falun Gong practitioners have been brutally persecuted in China, and Jia Qinglin and Bo Xilai are perpetrators of the persecution. As a nation that respects human rights, Japan should not allow them to cross the border. No matter where these human rights scoundrels go, they should be met with entry denials and lawsuits. The persecution must be stopped."
Reportedly, Bo Xilai has been sued in 12 countries by Falun Gong practitioners for his role in the persecution. Jia Qinglin is facing lawsuits in Austria, Spain and Ukraine.
To date, lawsuits against twenty-eight senior CCP officials have been filed in more than 30 countries. Among them, verdicts have been made in several cases in which the CCP officials were found guilty. This series of lawsuits against CCP officials for their role in the persecution of Falun Gong has become the largest international human rights lawsuit case since World War II.
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