A “periodical ciudadana”, detained after having covered the restoration of the quarantine in Wuhan to the principles of the year, debía ser juzgada este lunes en Shanghái, un aoo despuet de que stallara la epidemie de covid-19 en esa ciudad del centra de China.
Zhang Zhan, 37 years old, had sex with a couple of years in prison, while the communist regime wants to make sure that the new coronavirus appears in its territory in the 2019 finals.
The accusation was in the hamlet of June and has been fed to the nasal intubation force, according to its advocates.
A decade of foreign diplomats and sympathizers of this ex-hopeful lawyer can enter the Shanghai tribunal, where the process should start at 09H30 local (01H30 GMT), according to police the impediment the pass, as well as the periodicals.
Zhang, in Shanghai, traveled to Wuhan in February, at the very moment of the epidemic, and shared social media reports, the majority over the chaotic situation facing hospitals.
The balance of the official, in the metropolis of 11 million residents register about 4,000 bankruptcies by covid-19, it is said that this is the totality of the 4,634 deaths recorded in all of China between January and May.
China’s initial response to the epidemic has been the subject of criticism, Beijing has not been able to quarantine Wuhan and its region until January 23, although it has registered cases since December 2019.
At the same time, the doctors who mentioned the appearance of a mysterious virus were interrogated by the police, who accused them of “propagating rumors”.
Zhang was arrested in May, accused of “provoking disturbances”, a terminology that was used against opponents of President Xi Jinping’s regime, following a judicial note that AFP had to accept.
In articles that diffuse online, Zhang denounced the tax evasion in Wuhan and referred to a “grave violation of human rights”. Otros tres periodistas ciudadanos, Chen Qiushi, Fang Bin y Li Zehua, también fueron arrastos tras haber cubierto esos acontecimientos. La AFP is not a contact person.
On the other hand, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused the Chinese authorities of intensifying the detention of activists and activists who have been informed about the covid-19 pandemic and other questions about Gobierno’s criticism.”. According to a press release issued by HRW in New York, the Chinese authorities carried out a number of arrests of activists and activists “without providing credible information suggesting that these individuals had committed legally recoverable offenses”
“Detaining activists and activists does not seem to understand China’s problematic issues,” said HRW investigator for Asian countries Yaqiu Wang, quoted as saying. For Wang, “the Chinese government does not appear to have received any information from the covid-19 broth.”
In this sense, lthe defense organization of human rights ensured that “Chinese authorities have tried to control the narrative of the coronavirus pandemic silencing the Independent reporters, together with the use of specialized software, ‘trolls’ and censors the Internet”.
HRW notes in its note the detention of three people, activist Ou Biaofeng and periodicals Hze Fan, working for Bloomberg, and Du Bin agencies, collaborating photographer of The New York Times. “Since the Wuhan coronavirus crash in the 2019 finals, Chinese authorities have also detained a number of activists and periodicals to inform Independent people about the pandemic,” the NGO said, making sure some of them were released. permanecen bajo arresto su su situación no ha sido hecho public.
With AFP information
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