Sweden: Practitioners Submit a Petition to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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On July 20th, 2006, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will have persecuted Falun Gong practitioners for seven years. Falun Gong practitioners in Sweden held an activity again in Stockholm, the capital of Sweden in order that more people can learn about the CCP's brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners and the recently revealed brutal act of removing organs from live Falun Gong practitioners.

People who walked in a hurry, men or women, old or young, suddenly were astonished by the enactment in front of them. People stopped to look carefully at the display boards and listened to explanations. They signed the petition and demanded the Swedish government to engage in an investigation and stop the persecution.

Some Chinese people said that the CCP can do all kinds of bad things. A student from China, after learning about the truth, expressed support for the peaceful disintegration of the CCP and declared he would withdraw from the Youth League.

The Director of Asian Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Anders Bauer accepted the petition submitted by the representative of the Falun Gong Association, which was signed by tens of thousands people, demanding the Swedish government to immediately stop the CCP from persecuting Falun Gong and conduct an investigation into the CCP's brutal act of taking organs from live Falun Gong practitioners. Anders Bauer said that he has already heard about organ harvesting by the CCP, which is too terrible for words. He promised to report it to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Jan Eliasson.

Exposing the CCP's brutality in the city centre People viewing the exhibition boards
Learning about the persecution taking place on the other side of the planet

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