Denmark: An MEP Raises Enquiries Regarding Organ Harvesting by the CCP

Danish MEP, Ms. Gitte Seeberg, recently raised enquiries with the European Commission regarding the CCP crimes of organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners. The following is her reply to human rights organisation “China Human Rights Website” in Denmark:

Thanks for your letter of March the 23rd. It was mentioned in your letter regarding the dreadful massacre of Falun Gong practitioners in concentration camps in China. I totally agree with your viewpoints. We must be concerned about this matter to stop the Chinese government’s systematic massacre of innocent people.

Therefore, on April 19th I wrote to the European Commission to ask them three questions, which I attach to this letter.

The translation of the enquiries raised by the MEP Gitte Seeberg to the European Commission as follows:-.

The motivation of raising the enquiries:

The Chinese government is now brutally violating human rights. According to reports on the internet, the Vice-Minister of the Public Security, Liu Jin, said: “Eliminate Falun Gong before the Olympic Games in 2008.” According to the reports, the Chinese regime systematically killed Falun Gong practitioners in the secret Sujiatun concentration camp, and no one ever left the facility alive. Some Falun Gong practitioners were murdered and their organs were removed. Even some live practitioners’ organs were taken out because it is more valuable than from dead bodies. Then, the bodies were cremated in the concentration camps’ incinerator; therefore no evidence could be left. The organs were sold to different medical centres for great profit.


What concrete measures will the Commission take to stop the CCP torturing and killing Falun Gong practitioners in secret concentration camps?

How to get the overall understanding of the Falun Gong practitioners’ situations in the secret concentration camps?

In the trade talks between the EU and China, how to specifically raise the questions regarding to CCP seriously violating human rights?

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