Sunday, March 16, 2008

Free Tibetan Protester

China, India, Nepal: Free Tibetan Protesters
March 14, 2008
Protesters Are Entitled to Freedom of Movement, Assembly, and Association
"Peaceful demonstrations are protected under international and domestic laws and they should be permitted, not violently dispersed. " (Photo: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/7299546.stm)
The Chinese, Indian, and Nepali governments should release detained Tibetans and permit them to demonstrate peacefully, Human Rights Watch said today.
http://hrw.org/english/docs/2008/03/14/china18290.htm

China: Restrain Forces From Violently Attacking Protesters in Tibet
March 15, 2008
"The Chinese government should exercise restraint in responding to the protests and should work toward addressing the grievances of the protesters. " (Photo: http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/C1D2C25A-614E-4B67-B7FB-606ECFD02C28.htm)
Chinese security forces should stop violent attacks on protesters in Tibet and allow the United Nations to conduct an independent probe into alleged abuses, Human Rights Watch said today.
http://hrw.org/english/docs/2008/03/15/china18291.htm

China: National People's Congress Must Address Rights Reforms
Leaders' Rhetoric Not Matched by Action
"Chinese leaders have committed themselves to promoting social justice, ensuring freedom of expression, and building the rule of law, yet their rhetoric hasn't been matched by action."

China's National People's Congr
ess should not allow another session to conclude without adopting reforms to improve protections on 10 key human rights issues, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.
http://hrw.org/english/docs/2008/03/03/china18192.htm
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Karaniwan ng pangitain sa kung paano pagmalupitan, bugbugin, idisperse ng PNP ang mga mapayapang kilos protesta sa Kamaynilaan. Sa pamamagitan ng Calibrated Pre-emptive Response (CPR), BP-880, 464, emergency rule at iba pang mga kahalintulad na kautusang anti-demokratiko, inilibing ni Ate Glo ang people's democratic exercise of dissent and protest ng mamamayang Pilipino.


Tulad ng China,
mas malupit din sa Pilipinas, maisalba lang ang UNANG PAMILYA, patuloy na ginagamit ng kapulisan (Pakawalang aso Ng Palasyo-PNP) ang patakarang "NO PERMIT, NO RALLY." Ang mga rally at demonstration ay tinitignang DESTABILIZATION, mga terorista, kundi mga Al Qaeda – JI at Abu Sayaff Group, inuugnay sa mga komunista, "mga nanggugulo, sanhi ng trapiko't massive inconvenience daw sa iba."

Habang ipokritang pinupuna ni Ate Glo ang kalupitan ng military Junta sa Burma (pahayag nito sa Genaral Assembly ng United Nation), bukud sa ilang daang kaliwa't kanang political killings, walang awang hinahambalos, niyuyurakan ang karapatan, ang mga mapayapang pag-aasembliya at pagpoprotesta ng kanyang sariling mamamayan.

-Doy / IPD
March 17, 2008

Related stories:
Patakarang “No Permit, No Rallies”
http://doycinco.blogspot.com/2008/01/patakarang-no-permit-no-rallies.html
RP dropped from list of world democracies
http://doycinco.blogspot.com/2008/01/rp-dropped-from-list-of-world.html
Pilipinas, Burma look alike (re Brutal dispersal of Protest Action)
http://doycinco.blogspot.com/2007/10/pilipinas-burma-look-alike-re-brutal.html

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