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Thousands of appellants dispersed during CCP’s annual meeting

Posted by Author on October 13, 2006

Sound of Hope Radio Network, 12th October, 2006-

News from Mainland China, thousands of people has been dispersed from the venue where the Communist party was holding its sixteenth annual meeting.

Large numbers of uniformed and plain clothed police are reported to have forced the thousands to move on.

They were appellants against injustices in their regions and many had travelled thousands of miles to Beijing to have their cases heard.

Among them were more than two hundred appellants from Shanghai who lost their land to the local government.

They had written an open letter to the central communist party to ask them to enforce the laws on corruption.

According to Radio Free Asia, the west gate of the meeting hall was the gathering place for the appellants who were confronted by police.

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