[CHINA. 'Prisioneiro' Chen Guangcheng no] hospital, mas muitas organizações de direitos humanos pedindo para forçar Chen a conceder o status de refugiado político. O mesmo Chris Smith, que presidiu a comissão do Congresso disse que Clinton "deve vir a seu quarto de hospital e conhecê-la, ela, sua família e seus partidários precisam de um avião para vir para os Estados Unidos - como você diz - para ter o descanso que você merece. "Nos jornais da China manter um silêncio reservada no Chen negócio. Somente Global Times, uma revista ligada ao Diário do Povo, falando sobre o caso de Chen Guangcheng, aconselhou os EUA a "distanciar-se das atividades que estão além de suas funções". Nos últimos dias, Pequim condenou a atitude de que os EUA "se intrometer nos assuntos internos da China".
[CHINA. 'Prisioneiro' Chen Guangcheng no hospital], hoje, o Ministério das Relações Exteriores disse que se Chen "quer estudar no exterior como um cidadão chinês, ele pode, como qualquer cidadão chinês, faça seu pedido seguindo os procedimentos através dos canais normais." De acordo com o advogado de direitos humanos Jiang Tianyong, Chen já tinha sido ameaçada apenas pela regulado, em Shandong Lin Yi. Agora que está no hospital é ameaçado por membros do Ministério das Relações Exteriores. Li Jinsong, advogado de Chen, disse que "seria um alívio se Chen pode deixar." Alguns surfistas dizer se ele vai ser obrigado a ficar, ele vai ser como viver em um "grande sala no escuro, com uma janela onde o povo americano vai estar olhando."
04/05/2012. [ CHINA. Chen Guangcheng 'prisoner' in the hospital ], talking on the phone with the U.S. Congress. by Wang Zhicheng. The blind activist is threatened and does not receive visits from members of the Chinese Foreign Ministry. His house was held in the grip of policemen were installed seven cameras and a short electrified fence. The silence of Obama and China. Much of the American public asks Chen to quit as a political refugee. If it remains in China, his life is in danger. Beijing (AsiaNews) - With a twist, the blind activist Chen Guangcheng has spoken on the phone, hands free, with members of U.S. Congress, asking the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to help him and his family to America . The fact that Chen has exceptional, since its release from the American embassy two days ago, is virtually isolated in the hospital.
[ CHINA. Chen Guangcheng 'prisoner' in the hospital ], At the meeting of the Congressional committee on human rights in China, dedicated to Chen, the activist said Representative Chris Smith of wanting to see Hillary Clinton as "expects to receive more help from her." Chen added that he will "guarantee his freedom to travel" and would "come to the U.S. for a period of rest, because I've never been able to rest in these 10 years." Chen Guangcheng was sentenced to four and a half years in prison for exposing hundreds of thousands of forced sterilizations and abortions in Shandong and for helping farmers to seek justice against the forced expropriation of their lands.
[ CHINA. Chen Guangcheng 'prisoner' in the hospital ], Released from prison in 2010, was forced - without charge - under house arrest along with his wife and his daughter in his house in Lin Yi, guarded day and night by police and cameras, often beaten and threatened. He escaped on April 22 with the help of other dissidents and some villagers had fled the American embassy in Beijing, just a few days before a summit meeting of China-US strategic and economic agreements to draw. Before the summit, Chen was persuaded to go out and get to the hospital with the promise of help from American diplomats (see photo). But as soon as Chen entered the hospital, American diplomats have disappeared and the ward where he resides with his wife and children is surrounded by a cordon of police. Several journalists who have tried to meet him were detained and beaten back. Even some activists and dissidents have been removed.
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[ CHINA. Chen Guangcheng 'prisoner' in the hospital ], On the phone with the U.S. Congress, Chen reiterated that he "fears for the safety and lives of his family." Chen's brother, nephew, cousins, were all arrested. His wife, Yuan Weijing, seeing him in the hospital, said the threats and violence suffered in recent days. In a BBC interview he said that in his house "were installed seven cameras. There are people inside and outside the home and on the roof ... They are quietly and eat in our house and want to surround my house with wires ". A few months before the presidential elections, the American public remains divided: President Barack Obama did not rule on Chen Guangcheng, let alone Hillary Clinton, eager to strengthen its partnership with China.