China Human Rights

Petition in Northeast Chinese City Shows Broad Support for Legal Action Against Former Party Leader

Thumbprints and names of residents in the city of Lingyuan, northeast China, who support legal action against former Chinese regime leader Jiang Zemin. (Minghui; Sina Weibo)
Thumbprints and names of residents in the city of Lingyuan, northeast China, who support legal action against former Chinese regime leader Jiang Zemin. (Minghui; Sina Weibo)

About 12,000 people in Lingyuan, northeastern China’s Liaoning Province, have signed their names to an effort aimed at holding a former regime leader accountable for...




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