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国际笔会狱委关于维吾尔历史学者拖乎提.吐尼雅孜获释的紧急行动通报
(博讯北京时间2009年2月18日 转载)
     来源:国际笔会狱委 作者:独立中文笔会
    
     (博讯 boxun.com)

    
    2009年2月17日
    
    紧急行动2001年15号第2次补充
    
    中国: 维吾尔历史学者获释
    
    国际笔会狱中作家委员会欢迎维吾尔历史学者、作家拖乎提•吐尼雅孜(笔名穆查特)在系狱11年后刑满获释。国际笔会呼吁中国当局依照中国签署的《公民权利与政治权利国际公约》第12条,取消对拖乎提•吐尼雅孜的所有限制,以便他能前往日本与家庭团聚。
    
    据国际笔会信息,拖乎提•吐尼雅孜于2009年2月10日服完11年徒刑,从中国新疆乌鲁木齐的第三监狱获释。他的妻子和孩子已在日本生活多年,并于近期获得了日本公民身份。其妻已请求中国当局,允许丈夫回日本就医并继续其在东京大学的学业,但据知其行动自由仍然受限。
    
    拖乎提•吐尼雅孜于1998年2月6日在新疆维吾尔自治区乌鲁木齐进行研究旅行时被捕,当时正在日本东京大学攻读维吾尔史和民族关系的博士学位。据信罪名与其研究相关,尤其是据称拖乎提于1998年在日本出版一本书《丝绸之路内幕》,被中国政府认为鼓吹民族分离。但该书看来并不存在。他于1999年3月10日被乌鲁木齐中级人民法院判罪,上诉后被高级法院于2000年2月15日以"窃取国家秘密"和"煽动分裂国家罪"判刑11年、剥夺政治权利两年。
    
    请发出呼吁:
    
    ——欢迎拖乎提•吐尼雅孜于2009年2月10日刑满获释表示;
    
    ——呼吁中国当局依照中国签署的《公民权利与政治权利欢迎国际公约》第12条,取消对拖乎提•吐尼雅孜的所有限制,以便他能前往日本与家庭团聚。
    
    呼吁信请寄:
    
    中华人民共和国
    
    北京,邮政编码100032
    
    中华人民共和国国务院转
    
    胡锦涛阁下
    
    中华人民共和国
    
    乌鲁木齐中山路2号,邮政编码830041
    
    新疆维吾尔自治区人民政府
    
    努尔·白克力主席
    
    
    
    请注意,中国当局的传真号码已不能使用。笔会狱中作家委员会建议将呼吁书复制给驻贵国的中国大使馆请他们转交,并欢迎任何答复。
    
    如果可能,请复印呼吁书给驻贵国的中国外交代表。
    
    **如果晚于 2009年3月16日寄出呼吁书,请与国际笔会狱中作家委员会伦敦办公室联系**
    
    进一步信息,请联系国际笔会狱中作家委员会Cathy McCann,
    
    地址: Brownlow House, 50/51 High Holborn, London WC1V 6ER
    
    电话:+ 44 (0) 20 7405 0338
    
    传真:+ 44 (0) 20 7405 0339
    
    电子邮箱:[email protected]
    
    (独立中文笔会狱中作家委员会根据英文本翻译)
    
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    RAPID ACTION NETWORK
    
    17 February 2009
    
    
    
    Update # 2 - RAN 15/01
    
    CHINA: Uighur historian released from prison
    
    The Writers in Prison Committee of International PEN welcomes the release of Uighur historian and writer Tohti Tunyaz (pen-name: Tohti Muzart) at the end of his eleven-year prison sentence International PEN calls upon the Chinese authorities to drop all remaining restrictions against Tohti Tunyaz so that he can rejoin his family in Japan, in accordance with Article 12 of the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, to which China is a signatory.
    
    According to International PEN's information, Tohti Tunyaz completed his eleven-year prison sentence on 10 February 2009, and was released from Prison No. 3 in Urumqi, Xinjiang province, China. His wife and children have been living in Japan for many years now, and she has recently obtained Japanese citizenship. She has requested that the Chinese authorities allow her husband to return to Japan for medical treatment and to continue his studies at Tokyo university, but it is thought that restrictions on his movement remain.
    
    Tohti Tunyaz was arrested on 6 February 1998 in Urumchi, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, whilst on a research trip. At the time of his arrest Tunyaz was studying for a Ph.D. in Uighur history and ethnic relations at Tokyo University in Japan. The charges against him are believed to be linked to his research, and specifically a book allegedly published by Tohti in Japan in 1998 entitled The Inside Story of the Silk Road, which according to the Chinese government advocates ethnic separation. No such book appears to exist. He was convicted on 10 March 1999 by the Urumqi Intermediate People's Court and, following an appeal, sentenced by the Supreme Court on 15 February 2000 to a total of eleven years' imprisonment and two years of depravation of political rights for 'stealing state secrets' and 'inciting national disunity'.
    
    Please send appeals:
    
    · Welcoming the release of Tohti Tunyaz at the end of his prison sentence on 10 February 2009;
    
    · Calling the Chinese authorities to drop all restrictions against Tohti Tunyaz so that he can join his family in Japan, in accordance with Article 12 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, to which China is a signatory.
    
    Send appeals to:
    
    His Excellency Hu Jintao
    
    President of the People's Republic of China
    
    State Council
    
    Beijing 100032
    
    People's Republic of China
    
    Chairman of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Regional People's Government
    
    Nur Bekri
    
    Xinjiang Weiwuer Zizhiqu Renmin Zhengfu
    
    2 Zhongshanlu
    
    Wulumuqishi 830041
    
    Xinjiang Weiwuer Zizhiqu
    
    People's Republic of China
    
    Please note that there are no fax numbers for the Chinese authorities. WiPC recommends that you copy your appeal to the Chinese embassy in your country asking them to forward it and welcoming any comments.
    
    Please copy appeals to the diplomatic representative for China in your country if possible.
    
    **Please contact the PEN WiPC office in London if sending appeals after 16 March 2009**
    
    For further information please contact Cathy McCann at International PEN Writers in Prison Committee, Brownlow House, 50/51 High Holborn, London WC1V 6ER, Tel.+ 44 (0) 20 7405 0338, Fax: +44 (0) 20 7405 0339, email: [email protected] (博讯记者:蔡楚) (博讯 boxun.com)


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