Title China: 1. How does the PRC government deal with citizens returning to China after being convicted of a serious crime overseas? Is there any evidence of retrials for crimes committed overseas? 2. How are ex-prisoners treated by the government/authorities/society in China? 3. (Briefly) Is the PRC government demonstrating any interest in 1989 pro-democracy activists (who have not been politically active since then)? 4. (Briefly) Are the authorities in Guangzhou city, targeting Christians?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 2 May 2011
Country China
Topics Christian | Human rights activists | Security situation
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, China: 1. How does the PRC government deal with citizens returning to China after being convicted of a serious crime overseas? Is there any evidence of retrials for crimes committed overseas? 2. How are ex-prisoners treated by the government/authorities/society in China? 3. (Briefly) Is the PRC government demonstrating any interest in 1989 pro-democracy activists (who have not been politically active since then)? 4. (Briefly) Are the authorities in Guangzhou city, targeting Christians? , 2 May 2011, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4f1032342.html [accessed 25 July 2014]
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