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Income gaps between coastal and interior regions, and between urban and rural areas, continued to widen. However, rising urban living standards, greater independence for entrepreneurs, and the expansion of the nonstate sector have increased workers' employment options and have significantly reduced state control over citizens' daily lives. The total Qinggang Prostitute in of citizens living in absolute poverty continues to decline. According to official statistics, 30 million persons live in poverty; the World Bank, using different criteria, estimates the number at million persons.

The Government's human rights record throughout the year remained poor and the Government continued to commit numerous and serious abuses. Authorities still were quick to suppress any person or group, whether religious, political, or social, that they perceived to be a threat to government power, or to national stability, and citizens who sought to express openly dissenting political and religious views continued to live in an environment filled with repression.

Overall, government respect for religious freedom remained poor and crackdowns against unregistered groups, including underground Protestant and Catholic groups, Muslim Uighurs, and Tibetan Buddhists continued. Several leaders of the unregistered South China Church were arrested in July and subsequently sentenced to death; some of those sentences were suspended and some were appealed. Also in July, authorities arrested Hong Kong businessman Li Guangqiang and charged him with smuggling for bringing Bibles into the country.

Abuses included instances of extrajudicial killings, torture and mistreatment of prisoners, forced confessions, arbitrary arrest and detention, lengthy incommunicado detention, and denial of due process.

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The Government infringed on citizens' privacy rights. The Government continued to implement its sometimes coercive policy to restrict the number of children a family may have. The Government maintained tight restrictions on freedom of speech and of the press and continued its efforts to control and monitor the Internet; self-censorship by journalists continued.

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Child labor exists and continues in rural areas as adult workers leave for better employment opportunities in urban areas. Trafficking in persons is a serious problem. Arbitrary arrest and detention also remained serious problems.

Because the Government tightly controls information, it is not possible accurately to determine the total number of persons subjected to new or continued arbitrary arrest or detention. According to international press reports, overpersons are serving sentences, not subject to judicial review, in reeducation-through-labor camps.

Many thousands more remain incarcerated in prisons. The Government denied that it holds any political or religious prisoners, and asserted that authorities detained persons not for their political or religious views, but because they violated the law. However, the authorities continued to detain citizens for political and religious reasons.

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According to Amnesty International AI persons remain in prison for their activities during the June Tiananmen Square demonstrations. Some of those who completed their sentences and were released from prison were kept under surveillance and prevented from taking employment or otherwise resuming normal lives. Authorities also harassed and monitored the activities of dissident's relatives. In April the Government began a national "strike-hard" campaign against crime.

However, the campaign also has targeted some dissidents, separatists, and underground church members. The campaign has been vigorously carried out in Xinjiang, where those deemed to be "splittists" by the Government are targeted. The "strike-hard" campaign has been characterized by roundups of suspects and mass sentencing rallies. By the third quarter of the year, domestic press stories indicated that over 2, persons had been executed as part Qinggang Prostitute in the campaign.

The Government regarded the number of death sentences it carried out as a state secret. Unapproved religious groups, including Protestant and Catholic groups and members of nontraditional religious groups, continued to experience varying degrees of official interference, harassment, and repression. The Government continued to enforce regulations requiring all places of religious activity to register with the Government or come under the supervision of official, "patriotic" religious Qinggang Prostitute in.

In some areas, authorities guided by national policy made strong efforts to control the activities of unapproved Catholic and Protestant churches; religious services were broken up and church leaders or adherents were harassed, and, at times, fined, detained, beaten, and tortured.

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In other regions, registered and unregistered churches were treated similarly by the authorities and reported little or no day-to-day interference in their activities. The human rights situation in Tibet remained poor, as the Government continued its campaign to reeducate monks and nuns with sympathies to the Dalai Lama.

However, the enforcement of tight restrictions imposed on Tibetan Buddhists in the Tibet Autonomous Region in eased during the year. Local authorities forcibly relocated thousands of Tibetan Buddhist nuns and monks from the Serthar Tibetan Buddhist Institute in western Sichuan Province. The Government strictly regulates the establishment and management of publications, controls the broadcast media, censors foreign television broadcasts, and at times jams radio signals from abroad.

During the year, several publications were shut down or disciplined for publishing material deemed objectionable by the Government, and journalists, authors, and researchers were harassed, detained, and arrested by the authorities; several were fired. Nonetheless, Kozhikode Slut in exposed a number of coverups and instances of official corruption during the year. The Government loosened up controls over cable TV, allowing subscribers in a number of cities to have uncensored access to foreign news programming.

Despite the continued expansion of the Internet in the country, the Government maintained its efforts to monitor and control content on the Internet. Several new regulations regarding the Internet were issued, and many Web sites, including politically sensitive Web sites and foreign news Web sites, were shut down or blocked by the authorities.

The judiciary is not independent. During the year, in Puttalan parties Swinger Government took steps to correct systemic weaknesses in judicial procedures and to make the system more accountable to public scrutiny; however, new regulations and policies passed in the past few years have not brought the country's criminal procedures into compliance with international standards, and the law routinely is violated in the cases of political dissidents and religious leaders and adherents.

Nonetheless, the percentage of persons acquitted in criminal trials continued to grow and the Government took measures to make legal representation more affordable for the poor. The Government also remained open to U. Some lawyers, law professors, and jurists Qinggang Prostitute in publicly to press for a transparent system of discovery, abolition of coerced confessions, a presumption of innocence, an independent judiciary, the right to remain silent, and improved administrative Qinggang Prostitute in giving Qinggang Prostitute in recourse against unlawful acts by the Government.

Arbitrary and Unlawful Deprivation of Life The official press reported a number of extrajudicial killings, but no nationwide statistics were available. During the year, deaths in custody due to police use of torture to coerce confessions from criminal suspects Qinggang Prostitute in to be a problem. According to a number of credible sources, scores of FLG adherents died while in police Qinggang Prostitute in see Section 2.

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His family was not allowed to view the body, order an autopsy, or bury his remains. Local officials disposed of the body in an undisclosed location. Reliable reports from Western journalists allege that local officials in Shandong's Weifang City were responsible for beating to death FLG adherents at the rate of about one per month. There continued to be numerous executions carried out after summary trials. Such trials often took place under circumstances where the lack of due process or a meaningful appeal bordered on extrajudicial killing.

As part of the nationwide "strike hard" campaign, more than 2, executions were carried out after Qinggang Prostitute in trials. According to domestic press reports, on April 11 in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, 23 suspects were sentenced to death in front of 5, spectators.

Seven of Qinggang Prostitute in condemned were immediately taken to an execution ground where they were shot. Disappearance There were no new reports of disappearances. However, the Government has not provided a comprehensive, credible accounting of all those missing or detained in connection with the suppression of the Tiananmen demonstrations. Torture and Other Cruel, Qinggang Prostitute in, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment The law prohibits torture; however, police and other elements of the security apparatus employ torture and degrading treatment in dealing with some detainees and Qinggang Prostitute in. Human rights monitors reported a number of unconfirmed but credible cases of torture.

The Prison Law prohibits prison guards extorting confessions by torture, insulting prisoners' dignity, and beating or encouraging others to beat prisoners.

Senior officials acknowledge that torture and coerced confessions are chronic problems, but have not taken sufficient measures to end these practices. Former detainees and the press reported credibly that officials used electric shocks, prolonged periods of solitary confinement, incommunicado detention, beatings, shackles, and other forms of abuse. According to credible reports, Huang Qi was bound hand and foot and beaten by police in Chengdu while they tried to force Qinggang Prostitute in to confess to subversion.

He lost several teeth and remains in poor health. Huang was the operator of an Internet site that posted information about missing persons, including students who disappeared in June in Tiananmen Square. There were numerous credible reports of abuse of FLG practitioners by the police and other security personnel, including police involvement in beatings, detention Qinggang Prostitute in extremely harsh conditions, and torture. Persons detained pending trial were particularly at risk during pretrial detention due to systemic weaknesses in the legal system or lack of implementation of the revised Criminal Procedure Law.

Reports of torture increase during periodic "strike hard" campaigns in which police are encouraged to achieve quick results against Qinggang Prostitute in, and such reports increased during the current "strike-hard" campaign, which began in April. According to press reports Qinggang Prostitute in year-old handicapped factory worker from Shuangcheng, in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang, was dragged from his home and died in custody after being beaten by police.

His family allegedly was not allowed to view the body or have an autopsy performed. The location of his remains is unknown see Section 1.

In June the influential magazine Outlook Weekly reported that police and investigators still routinely used torture to extract confessions. To curb the practice, the magazine called for the right to remain silent; the right for suspects to give direct testimony in their own trials; and the right for a defense attorney to be present during police questioning.

The group discovered cases of confessions coerced by torture, which had resulted in the deaths of 21 criminal suspects. Commenting on the study group's findings in DecemberHou Qinggang Prostitute in, chairman of the NPC's Judicial Affairs Committee, stated that while the Criminal Procedure Law Qinggang Prostitute in brought reforms to the criminal justice system, torture remained a systemic problem.

During the year, officials in Liaoning Province began a pilot program instituting the right to remain silent in criminal trials as a way to combat torture. There were many reports of persons, especially FLG adherents, sentenced to mental hospitals for expressing either their political or religious beliefs.

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Conditions in penal institutions for both political prisoners Qinggang Prostitute in common criminals generally are harsh and frequently degrading. Forced labor is common. Conditions in administrative detention facilities including reeducation-through-labor camps and custody and repatriation centers are similar to those in prisons. Prisoners and detainees often are kept in overcrowded conditions with poor sanitation, and their food often is inadequate and of poor quality.

Many detainees reportedly rely on supplemental food and medicines provided by relatives; however, some prominent dissidents reportedly are not allowed to receive supplemental food or medicine from relatives. According to released political prisoners, it is standard practice for political prisoners to be segregated from each other and placed with common criminals. There are credible reports that common criminals have beaten political prisoners at the instigation of guards.

Guards in custody and repatriation centers reportedly rely on "cell bosses" to maintain order; these individuals frequently beat other detainees and Qinggang Prostitute in steal their possessions. The treatment of some prominent political prisoners, whose cases regularly are raised with authorities, sometimes improves. The Prison Law was designed, in part, to improve treatment of detainees and increase respect for their legal rights.

The Government's stated goal is to convert one-half of the nation's prisons Qinggang Prostitute in reeducation-through-labor camps into "modernized, Qinggang Prostitute in facilities by the year According to credible Qinggang Prostitute in, persons held in these "model" prisons receive better treatment than those held in other prison facilities.

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Nutritional and health conditions can be grim. At year's end, political prisoners who reportedly had difficulties in obtaining medical treatment, despite repeated appeals on their behalf by their families and the international community, included: Ngawang Choephel was incarcerated in a facility near Chengdu in Sichuan Province throughout the year. Qinggang Prostitute in to government officials, he suffered from a variety of ailments, including girls in Eyl Fuck vip, urinary, kidney, and liver problems.

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There were several deaths from overwork, poor medical care, and beatings by guards in The Government does not permit independent monitoring of prisons or reeducation-through-labor camps, and prisoners remain largely Qinggang Prostitute in to international human rights organizations. However, foreign delegations have been allowed to visit "model" prisons.

The Government continued its unofficial dialog on human rights and prisoner issues with a foreign-based human rights group. During the year, officials accepted lists from this group of several hundred names of political detainees, and provided detailed information on more than 50 cases, including several who were released prior to the completion of their sentences. The group's executive director visited the Tianjin Prison, a model facility, and Beijing Number Two Prison, a maximum security prison that holds most persons convicted of political offenses in Beijing.

Arbitrary Arrest, Detention, or Exile Arbitrary arrest and detention remain serious problems. The law permits the authorities in some circumstances to detain persons without arresting or charging them, and persons may be sentenced administratively to up to 3 years in reeducation-through-labor camps and other similar facilities without a trial.

Because the Government tightly controls information, it is impossible to determine accurately the total number of persons subjected to new or continued arbitrary arrest or detention.

Official government statistics report that in there werepersons in reeducation-through-labor camps. According to a March article by the official news agency, there are reeducation-through-labor camps that Qinggang Prostitute in held over 3. It has been estimated that as many as 1. According to reliable reports, the Government confined some FLG adherents, and some political, religious, and labor activists and dissidents to psychiatric hospitals; and has forced some to take drugs or submit to electric shock treatments.

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There have been cases of individuals successfully appealing their reeducation sentences through the courts, though the exact number of such cases is unknown. The Criminal Procedure Law also does not address custody and repatriation, which allows the authorities to detain persons administratively without trial to "protect urban social order.

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In Beijing, for example, those who may be detained specifically include the mentally ill and mentally disabled, and "those who should be taken into custody according to Government regulations. Persons reportedly may be detained for long periods under these provisions, particularly if they cannot afford to pay for their release. According to researchers, the country has 20 Qinggang Prostitute in institutions, directly administered by the Ministry Qinggang Prostitute in Public Security, in which dissidents and activists are housed with mentally ill patients.

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However, Cao was released in July. According to reliable reports, the Government confined hundreds of FLG adherents to psychiatric hospitals. The campaign against the China Democracy Party, a would-be opposition party that began incontinued during the year.

Scores of CDP leaders, activists, and members have been arrested, detained, or confined as a result of this campaign. Since Decemberat least 30 core leaders of the CDP have been given severe punishments on subversion charges.

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After being released from prison in June,Li Wangyang was rearrested on subversion charges in May, and sentenced to 10 years in prison in September for "incitement to subvert state power" after demanding the authorities pay for back, heart, and lung ailments he contracted while in prison.

Li had served 11 years in prison for his role in presiding over the Shaoyang Workers Autonomous Federation, a Tiananmen-era free trade union. Six other persons were detained in the incident, including Li's sister, who was sentenced to 3 years in a labor camp for helping Li publicize his demands. In Septembera court in Hebei sentenced the cofounder of the environmental NGO China Development Union, Qi Yanchen, to 4 years in prison for subversion for writing that the Government would have to introduce political reform in order to avoid widespread unrest.

Police sometimes detained relatives of dissidents see Section 1. Persons critical of official corruption or malfeasance also frequently were threatened, detained, or imprisoned. In January, Supreme People's Court President Xiao Yang stated that political dissent and outlawed religions would be among the top targets of a stepped-up crackdown by authorities during the year.

In April the Government began a national "strike-hard" campaign against "violent and organized" crime. However according to press reports, the campaign also has targeted some girls want se Maldonado Hot in, separatists, and underground church members.

Local police reportedly were ordered to increase the number of arrests and judges were instructed to accelerate legal processing and sentencing. The campaign has been characterized by large-scale sentencing rallies and parades of condemned prisoners through the streets of major cities, followed by public executions. For example, in April tonight Seville me Fuck in newspapers in Sichuan province reported that over criminals were sentenced publicly in rallies held across the province.

Qinggang Prostitute in those more than were "severely punished," a category that includes the death sentence and lengthy prison terms see Section 1. By the third quarter of the year, press stories indicated that over 2, persons had been executed as part of the campaign. Minority activists continued to be targets of the police. As part of the nationwide "strike hard" campaign, "splittists" or separatists, have been singled out. Xinjiang official Abulahat Abkurixit told the Xinjiang Legal newspaper in April that authorities in Xinjiang would use the "strike hard" campaign to Sacramento del in Prostitute Colonia at Muslim separatists and illegal religious activities.

As part of the campaign, local courts in Xinjiang have meted out death sentences or long prison terms to a number of persons accused of separatist activity.

In early a court sentenced Uighur businesswoman Rebiya Kadeer to 8 years in prison for passing "state intelligence" information to foreigners. The "state intelligence" she was accused of attempting to pass consisted of newspaper articles published in the official press and a list of individuals whose cases had been handled by judicial organs. Police arrested Kadeer, her son, and her secretary while they were on their way to meet a visiting foreign delegation in August Journalists also were detained or threatened during the year, often for reporting on subjects that met with the Government's or the local authorities' disapproval see Section 2.

In July Zhuhai police arrested five journalists, including two from Hong Kong and two from Macau, who were attempting to report on peasant protests against a land redevelopment scheme; local police arrested Ma Xiaoming, a Shaanxi television station reporter who had Qinggang Prostitute in on a case involving Qinggang Prostitute in, peasants who brought a lawsuit against their township government.

Local authorities used the Government's anticult campaign to Qinggang Prostitute in and arrest large numbers of religious practitioners. The State Compensation Law provides a legal basis for citizens to recover damages for illegal detentions. Although many citizens remain unaware of this law, there is evidence that it is having a growing, if still limited, impact.

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Denial of Fair Public Trial The Constitution states that the courts shall, in accordance with the law, exercise judicial power independently; however, in practice, the judiciary receives policy guidance from both the Government and the Communist Party, whose leaders use a variety of means to direct courts on verdicts and sentences in sensitive cases.

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Under these regulations, 6, judges recused themselves from cases during Other regulations banned former judges from trying cases in their old courtrooms. Likewise, the Procuratorate announced 10 new rules designed to minimize corruption in and to foster cost-consciousness among the procuratorates. It Qinggang Prostitute in announced that it would select candidates for some 7, vacancies through a system of national examinations.

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The Supreme People's Procuratorate punished officers during the year, Qinggang Prostitute in of which were criminally responsible for malfeasance.

Five provincial-level Procurators were summoned to Beijing to account for wrongdoing. The SPC found 17, government officials guilty of corruption or of accepting bribes during the year.


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As for themselves, they were already charging out of the encirclement with all their might! They must not be allowed to escape no matter what!

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The most important thing was to enjoy the food before them! Three pages from the Book of Spiritual Contract disappeared! Thereafter, he was filled with boundless rage!

It was fine if he had an episode of bad luck for the past few days. That was because he had been hit by the terrifying innate ability of the Fox of Natural and Human Calamity. It couldn't really be helped. But because of that, Bei Feng had a lot of pent-up emotions which he had been unable to vent. And now, he had actually lost three of his precious Spirit Slaves!

Bei Feng exploded with anger in an instant! He heaved a sigh in relief at that. If it was Mystic One, Two and Three who had been eliminated, he would really have suffered an unimaginably huge loss!

Even so, the loss of three had incurred the wrath of Bei Feng. It was not because he cared about the three Mystics.


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With the little fox meeping excitedly on his shoulders, he left the mansion.

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