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Olympic Athletes Who Fail Background Checks Can’t Enter China

Posted by Author on August 13, 2007

The China Scope, 08/11/2007-

Security will be tight for the Olympics. “Beijing’s Olympics Intelligence Center will conduct a background check and risk assessment on all athletes attending the Olympics in Beijing.” “Once found questionable, the person will be denied a visa and barred from entering China. No explanations will be provided.” [1]

The above information was reported by The First from the China Public Emergencies and Emergency Technology Forum held in May, “No visa will be issued to any suspicious person thus barring his or her entry into China and ensuring the security of the 2008 Olympics.”

The Beijing Olympic Organizing Committee has formulated multiple security plans, one for each venue and each delegation, to prepare for emergencies.

“According to sources, the Security Coordination Team of the Beijing Olympics will set up a command center and an intelligence center. The intelligence center will follow the internationally accepted principle of ‘no explanations’ when conducting intelligence, i.e., all athletes attending the Olympics in Beijing will be subject to a tough eligibility review. Once found questionable, the person will be denied a visa and barred from entering China. No need to provide any explanations.”

It was reported earlier that China’s Ministry of Public Security issued an internal secret directive listing 43 categories of people who will be investigated and barred from entering the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Some examples of included groups are overseas hostile forces, counter-revolutionary figures, the Dalai Lama and affiliates, Falun Gong, religious groups and individuals who use the Internet to instigate disapproval of the Chinese Communist Party.

Notes:
[1] The First, May 16, 2007 republished at sina.com
http://2008.sina.com.cn/dt/other/2007-05-16/094912776.shtml

Original report from ChinaScope.org

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