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Members and Supporters of the IMPP in Europe Held Demonstrations to Protest Against the CCP

Southern Mongolian Human Rights
Information Center
October 1, 2005
New York

To protest against the Chinese Communist Party's 58 years oppressive policy in Southern (Inner) Mongolia, members and supporters of the Inner Mongolian People’s Party (IMPP) European Branches, along with the Eastern Turkistan’s freedom-fighters, gathered in front of the Chinese Embassy to Germany and Nobel Square in Stockholm, Sweden, on October 1, 2005, the 56th anniversary of the birth of Communist China.

The protestors including members of the IMPP branches in Germany, Sweden, and Norway and their supporters including some citizens of the independent country Mongolia have held high the dark-blue flag of the Inner Mongolian People's Party and banners of “Free Inner Mongolia”, “Where is the Freedom?”, “Where is the Autonomy?”, and urged China to release all political prisoners and respect human rights and human dignity in Southern Mongolia.

The Inner Mongolian People's Party (IMPP), named after the “New Inner Mongolian People's Party” of the Cultural Revolution, was originally established in the United States in 1997 by exiled dissidents from Southern (Inner) Mongolia. The IMPP's mission is to “uphold the principles of democracy and peace in fighting to end the Chinese Communist Party's colonial rule in Southern Mongolia and ultimately to achieve the independence of Southern Mongolia.”









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