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Taiwan Business Industries Council: Li Mingzhe was arrested or not last – VOA Chinese (VOA)




Taiwan Business Industries Council: Li Mingzhe was arrested or not in the last case. American Voice of China (VOA)

Taiwan AMC is to remind non-governmentan Taiwan (NGOs) organizations that are active in China's mainland to "be vigilant". The Taiwan Business Council published on Tuesday that its advisory committee had shown that some members had a " Advisory Committee says he may not have been Mingzhe's last arrest. Other things may still exist in the future. Taiwan AMC is to remind non-governmentan Taiwan (NGOs) organizations that are active in China's mainland to "be vigilant". The Taiwan Business Council published on Tuesday that its advisory committee had shown that some members had a " Advisory Committee says he may not have been Mingzhe's last arrest. Other things may still exist in the future. Li Mingzhe, a human rights activist belonging to a Taiwanese non-governmental organization, was held in China on 19 March and was disqualified from "removing state power". Some pupils pointed out that Li Mingzhe's case was so far, the condition of the occupier, the health situation, and the protection of relevant rights of the parties during the investigation, that the outside world is not clear. Also, the MAC members present at the meeting said that the risks faced by NGOs working outside poverty reduction in China and community development areas should be more aware. The Law on Domestic Domain Administration of Foreign NGOs, which came into effect on January 1 this year, says that all independent agencies from a land that works in China must record and record, and the departments which is managed by the NGOs from the Ministry of Public Affairs to the Ministry of Public Security. The law also ensures that foreign independent groups can not engage in political and religious activities within China. The law gives general police rights to a Chinese police; questioning foreign NGO staff, their office examinations, & # 39; explore their documents, and even bring their features out.


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