Title China: Falun Gong; Has the PRC enacted any new laws and regulations affecting the Falun Gong practice? What action do the authorities take against those caught distributing, producing or facilitating materials? What is the punishment for such activities? Have Falun Gong practitioners been forcibly admitted to mental institutions as a means of punishment for their activities? Have Falun Gong been subjected to re-education including in labour camps?
Publisher Country of Origin Research and Information (CORI)
Publication Date 10 August 2010
Country China
Topics Abuse of psychiatry | Falun Gong | Freedom of religion | Laws relating to religion | Religious discrimination | Religious persecution (including forced conversion)
Cite as Country of Origin Research and Information (CORI), China: Falun Gong; Has the PRC enacted any new laws and regulations affecting the Falun Gong practice? What action do the authorities take against those caught distributing, producing or facilitating materials? What is the punishment for such activities? Have Falun Gong practitioners been forcibly admitted to mental institutions as a means of punishment for their activities? Have Falun Gong been subjected to re-education including in labour camps?, 10 August 2010, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4dc780d42.html [accessed 24 July 2014]
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