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Top official warns China’s police to watch out for ‘color revolution’

January 20, 2019 5:59 am0 comments
Top official warns China’s police to watch out for ‘color revolution’

(TibetanReview.net, Jan19’19) – China’s top law-enforcement official has on Jan 18 called on the country’s police to focus on withstanding “color revolutions”, a nomenclature for popular uprising calling for a democratic change. The police must “stress the prevention and resistance of ‘color revolutions’ and firmly fight to protect China’s political […]

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Democracy sans political parties and way forward

December 10, 2018 2:25 pm0 comments
Democracy sans political parties and way forward

(TibetanReview.net, Dec09, 2018) – Choenyi Woser* suggests that not only is the exile Tibetan democratic process fundamentally flawed but also that the recent amendment of the electoral law by the Tibetan parliament in exile has made it even more murky. It has been 59 years since Tibetans led by His […]

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China democracy activist gets 13 years for ‘subversion of state power’

July 14, 2018 1:06 am0 comments
China democracy activist gets 13 years for ‘subversion of state power’

(TibetanReview.net, Jul13, 2018) – Following three years of investigation and still without a shred of evidence, China has on Jul 11 jailed democracy campaigner Qin Yongmin to a 13-year jail sentence for “subversion of state power”. Mr Qin Yongmin, 64, has already spent a total of 22 years behind bars, […]

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