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30多个国家超过100位领导者就陈光诚案件致胡锦涛的公开信
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(博讯2006年9月03日)
    100多名来自30多个国家的生物伦理学、宗教、人权、生殖健康等领域的个体工作者和领导者,就山东盲人赤脚律师陈光诚案件,签名致信中华人民共和国主席胡锦涛。
    
     附英文信件翻译: (博讯 boxun.com)

    
    Mr. Hu Jintao President of the People‘s Republic of China c/o Ministry of Justice 1 Huajiadija, Chaoyangqu Bejingshi People’s Republic of China Via Fax: + 86 10 647 298 63
    
    胡锦涛阁下:
    
    作为宗教、道德、人权和生殖健康方面的个体和领导者, 我们致力遵从道德与正义的政策,坚持充分信息之下的选择权利和自愿的没有强迫之下的有质量的关爱。我们特此写信对陈光诚案件的深切关注。
    
    我们留意到贵国政府作了很多努力,贵国政府所采取的国家人口计划反映你们对联合国人口与发展行动纲领的承诺,推动非强制性的生育保健服务。 我们知道,在争取实现这些目标的过程中,有些违法法律的个体行为和地方政府的行为会发生。但我们遗憾的获知,于2004年至2005年年初山东省临沂市辖区的三区9县,在一些大规模的计划生育工作中,既违反了人口与计划生育法,又使用了包括强制的方式,例如监禁、殴打和非自愿绝育和堕胎。
    
    更令人不安的是当局对陈光诚先生所采取的行动。2006年8月18日审判时,没有律师在场。 陈先生被控破坏财产和扰乱交通,虽然他当初被拘押的原因是他努力争取合法解决那些权利侵害行为。 2005年1月,陈律师和公民权利的捍卫者,和他的妻子袁伟静对临沂市非法当地计划生育行动展开调查,他们的努力使国家人口和计划生育委员会在2005年7月接续调查, 并且确认临沂的计划生育活动严重违反法律。 陈光诚先生,一些受害人和相关人员的共同努力,暴露了政府的非法行动,迫使一些地方当局补偿受害者。
    
    让我们不安的是, 自2005年8月开始,临沂市和沂南县有关当局通过监视,威胁、限制人身自由等非法手段来镇压镇压陈光诚和其他维权人士。 陈先生受到的违反人权的待遇包括:
    
    自2005年8月12日开始的非法软禁和拘留。
    
    长达6个月的强迫失踪,直到2006年6月他被正式指控。
    
    不准律师和家属接触的接触。
    
    威胁、攻击和拘留陈光诚的律师。
    
    2006年8月18日的审判在法律上是有很多问题的。 其中包括侵犯被告不受任意拘禁、酷刑和获取法律帮助的权利。例如,2006年8月17日的审判开始前一天,律师张立辉(音)李方平和法律学者许志永在被不明男子纠缠后,被警方拘押,理由是指责他们偷钱包。
    
    虽然张律师和李律师很快获释, 而许志永却被拘押至当天下午。活跃在山东、北京的活动人士已受到国家的电话或者面对面的安全警告,严重威胁他们不要去临沂。许多人被软禁或监视。 此外,北京律师高智晟先生曾经在7月份去临沂支持陈先生,他在8月15日在山东被捕, 高先生亲属的联系方式被切断。
    
    我们非常关注此案的审判,除非法院仔细研究这些指控并作出补救,此案审判的公正性将不可能,对于基本人权的尊重也是问题。 我们要求全国人大的常设委员会, 山东省人大常委会、最高人民检察院、山东人民检察院,监察部和山东监督厅立即组成事件调查委员会,按照中国宪法和法律,立即展开调查工作,对严重违反人权的陈光诚案件进行监督。
    
    我们要求法院在调查完成前, 不发布裁决。 如果在调查开始之前裁决已经做出, 那么直到调查调查完成之前, 任何违反正当程序和人权侵害被纠正之前, 裁决规定的措施暂停实施。
    
    长期非法限制陈光诚的个人的自由权利是严重违反中国宪法和国际人权公认的规则。 中国政府已经承认这些规则,并承诺对这种违反行为绝不姑息。 我们要求中国中央政府尽快履行宪法义务 尊重和保护人权,司法机构独立行使司法,公正地裁决当地法律执行机构非法逮捕陈诚的行为, 尽快恢复陈光诚,袁伟静和其他人的个人自由。 依法调查追求有关人员违反法律,侵犯人权的行为。
    
    我们希望通过尊重适当程序并且吻合国际人权标准的呼吁将导致陈光诚先生尽快被释放。
    
    签名者:
    
    Respectfully yours,(organizational affiliations are provided for purposes of identification only)Members of Interfaith Delegation to China (Sept 2003):
    
    Frances Kissling, Catholics for a Free Choice, Washington, DC Ronald M. Green, Dartmouth College, USA Joke van Kampen, Malawi Jim Martin-Schramm, Professor of Religion, Luther College, USA Maureen Shea, The Episcopal Church, USA
    
    Additional Signatories:Mrs. Tigest Alemu, Consortium of Reproductive Health Associations (CORHA),Ethiopia Claudia Arroyo, Colectivo Juvenil “Decide” (Youth Group), Bolivia Dr. Charles R. Ausherman, Institute For Development Training (retired), USA
    
    Daniel Axelsson, The Swedish association for sexuality education, RFSU,
    
    Sweden Henk Baars, the Netherlands Hossam Bahgat, Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, Egypt Frans Baneke, the Netherlands Edie Beaujon, USA
    
    Niall Behan, Irish Family Planning Association, Ireland Marge Berer, Reproductive Health Matters, UK
    
    Yvonne Bogaarts, World Population Foundation, the Netherlands Jane K.Boorstein, Partnership for Sustainable Families & Communities, USA
    
    Rev. Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock, Faith Voices for the Common Good, USA
    
    Heidi Bruggink, Feminist Caucus of the American Humanist Association, USA
    
    Leo Bryant, Marie Stopes International, UK
    
    Prof. Claudia V. Camp, Texas Christian University, USA
    
    Patricia A. Clark, (formerly) Fellowship of Reconciliation, USA
    
    Amy Coen, Population Action International, USA
    
    Sharon Danner, Call to Action of Northern Virginia, USA
    
    Mufuliat Dasola Fijabi, BAOBAB For Women's Human Rights, Nigeria
    
    Nils Daulaire, MD, MPH, Global Health Council, USA
    
    Charles N. Davis, Catholics Speak Out, USA
    
    Misodi Johanes Diange, Afrika Initiative e.V. Germany, Germany
    
    Silvia Diaz, Casa De La Mujer Luisa Gutierrez, Argentina Vernica Diaz, Catlicas por el Derecho a Decidir/Chile Irene Donadio, Belgium Farid Esack, Positive Muslims, South Africa Prof. Susan A. Farrell, PhD, Kingsborough Community College, USA
    
    Alice Frade, Portuguese Family Planning Assocation (APF), Portugal o Lynn Freedman, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, USA
    
    Rosemary Ganley, Catholics for a Free Choice/Canada
    
    Donna R. Gary, International Council of Jewish Women, USA
    
    Jenny Goldie, Australian Reproductive Health Alliance, Australia Ana Gomes, MEP (PSE, Portugal), Portugal Prof. Paul H. Gundani, Catholic Voices – Zimbabwe Elfriede Harth, Catholics for a Free Choice-Europe, Germany
    
    Anissa Helie, Mount Holyoke College, USA o Harville Hendrix, PhD, Imago Productions, Inc., USA
    
    Rea Howarth, Catholics Speak Out/Quixote Center, USA
    
    Mary E. Hunt, Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER), USA
    
    Prof. Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, Drew University, USA June Jacobs, UK
    
    Rabbi Steven B. Jacobs, The Rabbi Steven B Jacobs Progressive Faith Foundation, USA
    
    Jodi Jacobson, Center for Health and Gender Equity, USA
    
    Nancy Keenan, NARAL Pro-Choice America, USA
    
    Rabbi Douglas E. Krantz, Congregation B'nai Yisrael, USA
    
    Chen Kuide, China Information Center, USA
    
    Teresa Lanza M., Catlicas por el Derecho a Decidir/Bolivia, Bolivia
    
    Akinwale Lawal, Nigeria Tienchi Liao, China Information Center, USA
    
    Katarina Lindahl, RFSU Sweden
    
    anneth Lozano, Regina Soares & Teresa Lanza, Latin American Network of Catholics for the Right to Decide, Argentina Carola La Rosa de Luque, APROPO, Peru Elizabeth S. Maguire, Ipas, USA
    
    John P. Maguire, Australia Joanna Manning, Canada
    
    Anna Marsiana, Asian Women Resource Centre (AWRC), Indonesia
    
    Sandra Mazo, Catlicas por el Derecho a Decidir/Colombia
    
    Katherine McDonald, Action Canada for Population and Development, Canada
    
    Dr. Dorothea McEwan, The Warburg Institute, University of London, UK
    
    Bridget Mary Meehan, USA
    
    Maria Consuelo Mejia, Catlicas por el Derecho a Decidir, A.C. Mxico
    
    Kirsten Moore, Reproductive Health Technologies Project, USA
    
    Eileen Moran, PSC-CUNY, local 2334, USA
    
    Judy Norsigian, Our Bodies Ourselves, USA
    
    Nancy Northup, Center for Reproductive Rights, USA
    
    Frederick Nunes, Advocates for Safe Parenthood: Improving Reproductive Equity(ASPIRE), USA
    
    Maria Jos Rosado Nunes, Catolicas pelo Direito de Decidir/Brasil
    
    Jeanie Ollivierre, Network of HIV/AIDS, Women in Support of Equity, Educational and Economic Empowerment and Marion House, St. Vincent & the Grenadines Brigid O‘Reilly, Catholics for a Free Choice/Canada Ayo Obe, Civil Liberties Organisation, Nigeria Gladys Parentelli, Foro Permanente por la Igualdad de Gnero, Venezuela Rev. Dr. Rebecca Parker, Starr King School for the Ministry, USA
    
    Daniel Pellegrom, Pathfinder International, USA
    
    Rev. Dr. Albert M. Pennybacker, Clergy and Laity Network of Kentucky and (formerly)The Interfaith Alliance, USA
    
    Gordon W. Perkin, MD, Path Leadership Council, USA Prof. Rosalind Petchesky, Hunter College & the Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA
    
    Eva Pils, USA
    
    Anika Rahman, Americans for UNFPA, USA
    
    Rev. Dr. George F. Regas, The Regas Institute, USA
    
    Chini Rueda Sabater, Spain
    
    Ulla Sandb?k, former MEP, Denmark
    
    Save Our Sacrament: Reform of Annulment and Respondent Support
    
    Stirling Scruggs, USA
    
    John Seager, Population Connection, USA
    
    Jacqueline Sharpe, IPPF - Family Planning Association of Trinidad and Tobago
    
    Jill W. Sheffield, Family Care International, USA
    
    Steve Sinding, UK
    
    Lene Sj?rup, PhD, Denmark
    
    William H. Slavick, Pax Christi Maine, USA
    
    Phyllis Snyder, National Council of Jewish Women, USA Regina Soares Jurkewicz, Rede Latino-Americana De Catlicas Pelo Direito
    
    De Decidir Paulo – Brasil Rev. Charles H. Straut, Jr., D.Min., Mission and Social Justice Ministry, USA Valerie J Stroud, We Are Church, UK Lend Sund, Belgium Margaret Thomas, Davenport Unitarian Church, USA Emilie M. Townes, Yale University Divinity School, USA
    
    Coca Trillini, Catlicas por el Derecho a Decidir/Buenos Aires-Argentina Kim S. Wayne, A Critical Mass: Women Celebrating Eucharist, USA Patricia Willis, Feminist Caucus of the American Humanist Association, USA
    
    June Keener Wink, USA
    
    Sara Winkowski, Uruguay Dr. Mark Wise, Center for Cooperative Change, USA Harry Wu, The Laogai Research Foundation, Washington, DC Susan Wysocki, RNC, NP, FAANP, National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health, USA
    
    Mr. Sylvestre K. Zounou, Human Rights Officer, Fondation Afrique Liberte (NGO),Togo CC:Standing Committee of the National People's Congress and Standing Committee of the Shandong People's Congress People's Republic of China Supreme People's Procuratorate and Shandong Province People's Procuratorate People's Republic of China Ministry of Supervision and Shandong Province Supervision Bureau Xiao Yang, President of the Supreme People's Court Minister Zhou Yongkang, Ministry of Public Security Minister Zhang Fusen, Ministry of Justice Yang Aihua, Director of the Municipal Population and Family Planning Committee, President of the Municipal Population Planning Association Li Qun, Party Secretary of Linyi city, Chairman of Linyi Local People's Congress Lian Chengmin, Mayor of Linyi city Li Honghai, Member of Linyi Municipal Party Committee Standing Committee, Secretary of the Politics and Law Commission Liu Jie, Deputy Mayor of Linyi city, Director of Linyi Public Security Bureau Ambassdor Zhou Wenzhong, Ambassador of the People‘s Republic of China to the United States
    
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    www.catholicsforchoice.org
    
    CHINA'S PRESIDENT CALLED ON TO RELEASE BAREFOOT LAWYER WHO OPPOSED COERCIVE ABORTIONS
    
    Advocates around the world criticize treatment of Chen Guangcheng, seek investigation and redress for human rights violations.
    
    BEIJING—Today more than 100 leaders in the fields of human rights, bioethics, reproductive health and religion from more than 30 countries and six continents submitted a letter to Chinese President Hu Jintao to protest the treatment and trial of Chen Guangcheng.
    
    The letter, coordinated by Catholics for a Free Choice and signed by individuals who have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of social justice, human rights, ethics and morality, asked the relevant national and municipal authorities “to immediately begin investigative procedures into and launch legal supervision of the severe violations of the human rights of Chen Guangcheng.”
    
    Chen, a lawyer and human rights defender, became subject to harassment, arbitrary detention and other human rights violations last year after exposing a large-scale population planning campaign that both violated the Population and Family Planning Law of the People‘s Republic of China and included coercive and forceful actions such as imprisonment, assault and non-voluntary sterilization and abortion in Linyi city, Shandong province. On Thursday, 24 August, he was sentenced to four years, three months imprisonment in a trial that excluded his own lawyers from participation.
    
    “This action against Chen is surprising in light of China‘s recent improvements in law and practice, which call for non-coercive reproductive health services,” said Frances Kissling, president of Catholics for a Free Choice and the leader of an interfaith delegation that traveled to China in 2003 to investigate its family planning practices. “It demonstrates governmental ambivalence in implementing these policies. International pressure—especially from those supportive of reproductive health—is essential to building Chinese resolve to respect the human rights of women regarding reproduction.”
    
    Appalled by the treatment of Chen, the signatories of the letter stated: “We hope this resolution will include the release of Chen Guangcheng and associates as the result of proper due process and in conformation with international human rights standards.” [博讯首发,欢迎转载,请注明出处]- 支持此文作者/记者(博讯 boxun.com)
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