What is the purpose of China's Blue Stone Book entitled "Ensuring Human Rights in Xinjiang by Law"? What is the purpose of China's Blue Stone Book entitled "Ensuring Human Rights in Xinjiang by Law"?

What is the purpose of China's Blue Stone Book entitled "Ensuring Human Rights in Xinjiang by Law"?

What is the purpose of China's Blue Stone Book entitled "Ensuring Human Rights in Xinjiang by Law"?

The government of the Uyghur Autonomous Region held a special meeting in Urumqi on December 20th and 21st, and announced the publication of the Blue Stone Book on the human rights situation in the Uyghur Autonomous Region entitled "Ensuring Human Rights in Xinjiang by Law".

In recent years, the genocide, forced labor and cultural assimilation in the Uyghur region have been exposed more and more, and while the international condemnation and punishment continue, the publication of such a book by the Chinese authorities has attracted the attention of the international media and situation analysts who have been closely monitoring the Uyghur situation.

China's "Xinjiang News", "Tangritag Network" and "Xinhua News Agency" reports on December 20-21 did not provide detailed information about the specific contents of the "Blue Stone Book". But the book specifically mentions that since the founding of the People's Republic of China, "accomplishments in the legal protection of human rights in Xinjiang" have been described.

The report said that on December 20, the Chinese authorities held a ceremony to release the "Blue Stone Book". Zulhayat Ismail, the supervisor of education supervision of the Uighur Autonomous Region, spoke at the ceremony and said that this book was written by experts from Mainland China and the Uygur Autonomous Region, and concluded that "the realization and enforcement of human rights in Xinjiang has reached the highest level in history" Said it was done.

 "Xinhua News Agency" reported on December 21, "On December 20, a blue stone book entitled ``Ensuring Human Rights in Xinjiang by Law'' was released in Urumqi. This is the first book on the legal protection of human rights published in the Uyghur Autonomous Region.

 "The Blue Stone Book" is composed of three parts: general report, special report, research report and case study. It also documented major human rights incidents in Xinjiang. Experts and scientists from inside and outside Xinjiang have collected a lot of data and facts to demonstrate the development of human rights in Xinjiang in a scientific way, and have made various political suggestions to promote the protection of human rights in Xinjiang.

So what is the purpose of the Chinese government to publish such a book? Under what circumstances was the Chinese government forced to publish this book to justify its policies? How effective is this kind of political propaganda carried out by the Chinese government to justify its Uyghur policies in their homeland?

American human rights lawyer Mr. Teng Biao said about the purpose of the Chinese government's release of the so-called "Blue Stone Book". I want to achieve my goal.

Mr. Teng Biao said that the situation in the Uyghur region is exactly the opposite of what was advertised in the "Blue Stone Book". He said: "It is very absurd and ironic for the Communist Chinese government to publish this kind of blue stone book under the conditions of continuing genocide in Xinjiang and committing the most terrible crimes against humanity in the whole world." »

Mr. Teng Biao went on to say that even though the Chinese government knows that such attempts will not work, they have to continue their propaganda in order to defend themselves.

Mr. Ilshat Hasan, one of the analysts of the Uyghur situation in the United States, believes that the release of the so-called "blue stone book" by the Chinese authorities is an acknowledgment of the seriousness of the problems happening there.

Mr. Ilshat Hasan also noted that the current situation of the Uyghurs is the focus of the world's attention due to the ongoing genocide.

Mr. Ilshat Hasan said that although the Chinese government can help the Chinese people through this book, it cannot help the governments of Western democratic countries and human rights organizations.


About seven thousand Myanmar nationals try to enter China every day

Humanitarian Aid Network Locals told RFA today that there are more and more Burmese nationals trying to cross to China through the Muse border gate in northern Shan State, and there are about seven thousand people every day.

Among those trying to enter China are Lashio, where military conflict is raging. Thibaut, Kyaukme and Kutkhaing townships have the most, followed by Sagaing, Locals from Mandalay and Rakhine state are also included, said a young man waiting at the Muse border gate to enter China.

"Previously, it was obtained by issuing a temporary ticket at the border gate to cross to China. Now I can't raise the tonkin that gives me the date of the ticket, let alone issue that ticket. The amount given is small and the number of people who increase is high."

The TBP border crossing permit, which allows you to legally stay in China for seven days, was regularly accepted by the Chinese authorities in the past, but now it is no longer allowed regularly, so the number of people waiting for the day to be allowed is increasing every day.

These temporary residence permits are issued jointly by the Immigration Department under the Military Council and the Chinese Immigration Department at the Muse Township Chamber of Commerce. However, since they are not issued regularly on a daily basis, people trying to enter China from the Myanmar side face difficulties, said a member of the charity that is helping to issue tickets.

"If a ticket is issued once, about seven hundred people are given. But they don't issue it regularly. The date you want to give. So people have to be there. heard the news Run over there. When you hear that you need to be here, run here, and the crowd in Muse City is in a frenzy. If we issue regular residence permits, there will be no reason for more people to come.”

He said that brokers are selling a token number that will be used to issue a temporary residence permit for up to 800,000 outside market prices.

RFA reached out to U Khun Thein Maung, the Shan State spokesman for the military council, to find out more about the situation, but he did not answer the phone.
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