Altri monaci buddisti scomparsi

Altri tre monaci buddisti tibetani sono scomparsi dopo essere stati condannati a lunghe pene detentive da parte delle autorità cinesi, all’inizio di questo anno.

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Three high-ranking Tibetan Buddhist monks are unaccounted for after being sentenced to long prison terms by Chinese authorities earlier this year.The three men, affiliated with Drepung monastery located outside Lhasa , were detained in April 2008 following a peaceful protest march by Drepung monks on March 10.The sentenced monks—whose names were given as Jampel Wangchuk, 55, Konchok Nyima, 43, and Ngawang Choenyi, 38—were handed prison terms of life, 20 years, and 15 years respectively. The monks had been convicted at the end of an “unannounced trial” in June but there’s no information in Lhasa about the trial, about where these people are held, or about what they were accused of.

Fonte: Asia News, 23 dicembre 2010


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