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Inner Mongolian exiles mark China's 58 years occupation of Inner Mongolia




May 3, 2005

New York


Members of the Inner Mongolian People’s Party and the Swedish Mongolian Committee held a demonstration in Stockholm, Sweden, to mark China’s 58 years occupation of Inner Mongolia, on May 1, 2005. The demonstration started at 1:00 pm local time, and the protestors held high the Inner Mongolian People’s Party’s flag and banners of “Free Inner Mongolia”, “Release Hada”, “Return us our land”, and “Return us our freedom”, to strongly condemn the Chinese Government’s 58 years colonial regime in Inner Mongolia. Exiles from Eastern Turkistan also joined the demonstration to criticize the Chinese government’s heavy handed policy toward ethnic minorities in China.

On May 2, in order to urge the Chinese Government to release Inner Mongolian dissident Mr. Hada who was sentenced to 15 years in jail for establishing a peaceful organization called “Southern Mongolian Democratic Alliance” and is still serving his jail term in Inner Mongolian No.4 Jail in Chifeng City, Inner Mongolia, the Swedish Mongolian Committee collected signatures for a petition letter proposed to be handed over to Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jia-bao, asking the Chinese Government to respect basic human rights and fundamental freedom of the Mongols in Inner Mongolia.







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