La Cina tiene due conferenze ad alto livello sulle attività della pubblica sicurezza e del monastico del Tibet

Secondo Chinatibetnews.com, il Pubblico Ministero della Sicurezza della Repubblica popolare cinese ha organizzato un incontro degli Uffici della Pubblica Sicurezza nella Regione Autonoma Tibetana e delle quattro province con popolazione tibetana. L’incontro di due giorni si è tenuto a Lhasa il 18 e il 19 agosto e sono stati valutati i risultati e le esperienze per difendere la sicurezza pubblica, la lotta contro il movimento separatista in corso e sono state individuate le problematiche della stabilità nelle aree tibetane”.
The Public Security Ministry of People’s Republic of China (PRC) organized a two-day meeting of Public Security Bureaus of the ethnic Tibetan areas in present-day China covering the “Tibet Autonomous Region” (“TAR”) and the four provinces, according to the news portal Chinatibetnews.com on 20 August 2010 . The two-day meeting held in Lhasa between 18-19 August 2010 assessed the results and experiences of “upholding public security, struggle against the current separatist movement, and identified current challenges facing stability in Tibetan areas.” In the aftermath of the spring 2008 mass scale pan-Tibet protests, the government has drastically escalated vigilance on movement of the people. Specific measures have been undertaken to restrict the flow of people between the Tibetan areas. Also ordinances have been passed in Lhasa requiring pilgrims, businessmen and visitors to bring along guarantors to the Public Security Bureau (PSB) to seek short-term stay permit. If the visitors fail to register, they are arrested during law enforcement agencies’ area security check. Strike hard campaigns were also launched to weed out political activists. Those persons suspected of participating in political activities were interrogated and placed under strict surveillance or detained. During the meeting, future action plans were drawn up “to step up fight against separatists; build bodies to protect social security; increase border security; and improve communication infrastructure, uniform and skills of the public security bureaus”.
Fonte: International Campaign for Tibet, 31 agosto 2010

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