Malaysia: Practitioners Support the Establishment of the CIPFG (Asia) in Front of the Chinese Embassy

The Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (CIPFG) (Asia) held simultaneous press conferences on December 19th, 2006 at six places in Asia. After the press conference concluded in Malaysia, the team immediately went to the Chinese Embassy to deliver a letter requesting entry into China to conduct an unrestrained investigation of the persecution of Falun Gong. The Chinese Embassy staff accepted the letter on the spot. Falun Gong practitioners then expressed their support for the establishment of the CIPFG (Asia) in front of the Chinese Embassy. They hoped to garner voices for justice overseas to put an end to the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) persecution of Falun Gong.

CIPFG (Asia) press conference in Malaysia

Posing for a photo taken after delivering the letter to the Chinese Embassy. From left: Deputy director attorney Edmund Bon, host of the press conference Wu Wenqiang, and member of the CIPFG (Asia) lawyer Chen Meishan

Falun Gong practitioners supporting the CIPFG (Asia) in front of the Chinese Embassy. Some police officers came to learn about the situation.

Falun Gong practitioners held banners reading "Stop the Persecution of Falun Gong," "Strongly Condemn the CCP's Atrocities of Harvesting Organs from Living Falun Gong Practitioners," and banners supporting the establishment of the CIPFG (Asia).

The CIPFG (Asia) in Malaysia held a press conference at 10:00 a.m. in the conference room of the Federal Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. Deputy director of the team, attorney Edmund Bon and another member of the team, lawyer Chen Meishan attended the press conference. Attorney Edmund Bon called on the CCP to take seriously the requests from around the world, and allow the international community to enter China to investigate the human rights abuses of Falun Gong.

Edmund Bon stated, "We hope that the CCP will reply or offer an explanation regarding the allegations made in the Canadian independent investigative report on live organ harvesting. As of today, we have not seen that the CCP make any response or show respect for the allegations in the investigative report. I think the allegations in the investigative report are very serious, therefore we are requesting a further investigation."

"We once again call on the CCP to respect basic interests of the Chinese people. We also call on the CCP to really open up all detention centres, prisons and forced labour camps, to allow the investigators from the UN and the CIPFG members to contact anyone who has suffered inhuman persecution and been illegally convicted."

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