Laws should be stricter. This request, made in the past hours by the head of state security in the Chinese system, can be summarized to the authorities. Chen Yixin He said Beijing shouldincrease the intensity of oppressionWithin the territory and tighten the rules to maintain control over the population. The application was made a day after remembering the new anniversary of Tiananmen massacre Where tens of thousands of people died at the hands of an oppressive machine Chinese Communist Party (PCC), in which prominent human rights activists have been arrested.
The claim of the senior official — the official in addition to the counterintelligence agency — came through an opinion column he wrote in the paper. Study timespropaganda device for Central Party School. Chena prominent figure who was appointed Minister of State Security in October 2022, very close to Xi JinpingThe head of the Chinese regime, during which human rights violations and state oppression and control doubled.
We should take the lead in studying the law with an emphasis on the New Amendment The Anti-Espionage Law of the People’s Republic of China, and systematically understand national security laws and regulations. We must use the law in battles, increase the intensity of oppression in law enforcement and in the judicial media,” he said Chen In his comment, which was reported by the newspaper South China Morning Post.
in his writings, Chen He demanded that senior regime officials increase their loyalty to something and PCC, as well as adhere to the guidelines set by the National Security Committee and know the rules that regulate them. He also urged them to “study” the political thought of the President of the Republic Beijing about national security. message Chen It is clear: no one can deviate from what he believes Xi Jinping Or try a different interpretation.
Since he took full responsibility for Ministry of State Securitythe repressive apparatus of the Chinese state under the leadership of Chen Raids were carried out not only against the residents themselves but also against the advisory and Due diligenceincluding some foreigners such as PayneAnd Mintz group And See the cover. Japan has already protested against this irregular situation which endangers any citizen – domestic or foreign – who could be accused of espionage.
repression in Hong Kong
At least eleven people have tried to honor them Hong Kong for the victims of a massacre Tiananmen Square – which caused the deaths of thousands of people 34 years ago – has been arrested or removed by the police in the past 24 hours. For more than three decades, residents of the semi-autonomous region have traditionally commemorated the bloody suppression of the democratic movement in Beijing On June 4, 1989.
This year, however, the commemoration has been silenced, as the authorities of the former British colony continue to maintain a vague discourse on whether acts of mourning in public are legal. Increasingly strict controls Beijing system on Hong KongIn the aftermath of the citywide protest movement in 2019, it made June 4 an increasingly sensitive issue.
However, a few defiant people risked expressing their thoughts. On Sunday afternoon, the police arrested two women and a man in the popular commercial area of Bay Bridge. After a search, the police officers discovered that the man in black was carrying a candle in his bag, while one of the women was carrying a piece of paper with the words “Free HK” and “Referendum” written on it.
The local police also announced that since Saturday noon, four people between the ages of 50 and 60 have been arrested Bay Bridge For general disorder or work with Sedition intent. Police authorities confirmed that the detainees showed protest objects.Loaded with inflammatory words“In the area, and that four other people.”Suspected of disturbing the public peaceTo the police station for further investigation.
According to local media, the four arrested on Saturday were Two pro-democracy activists, an artist and a dentist.
On Sunday, a large number of police officers were dispatched to patrol the parks and surrounding areas, and dozens of police vehicles were deployed in the area. Despite the heavy security presence, some people took the opportunity to celebrate the day quietly, staying put Bay Bridge.
A 75-year-old man who identified himself as Uncle Yip told the news agency EFE:”I’ve been going to vigils for over 30 years. Now it no longer exists. Sad thing. I saw a woman being taken away by the police this afternoon. He did nothing. It is 1000 percent unreasonable. I know what freedom, the rule of law and democracy mean“.