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49-year-old Liu Yuling was reportedly pregnant last August, when she was sent to Masanjia Women’s Forced Labor Camp, Liaoning Province.
Currently, she will be 6 months pregnant, but is forced to work long hours in the labor camp. According to China’s laws, pregnant labor camp inmates should serve sentences outside the prison. Human rights activists also urged the authorities to release her as soon as possible.
Liu Yuling from Dalian City, Liaoning Province has been a petitioner for 11 years. Because her home was demolished, she repeatedly went to Beijing to appeal. She was stopped and detained many times.
In July 2012, she was sentenced to one year of forced labor camp for ‘disturbing social order’.
Liu’s husband, Wang Zhen, said Liu went to Beijing to petition for many unresolved issues. Within the written decision were allegations that Liu was disrupting social order.
Wang Zhen: “My wife has been a petitioner for more than a decade. She has never done anything illegal. The allegations in the decision were fabricated by authorities.
The Wang family raised a complaint, accusing the Dalian municipal government of repeatedly fabricating evidence, illegal deprivation of liberties, and abuse of human rights.
Wang Zhen spoke in an interview with Radio Free Asia.
A few months ago, he told the labor camp that his wife was pregnant, but the labor camp remained silent. In October 2012, labor camp staff sent Liu for a medical examination, but they refused to give her the results.
Wang Zhen: “My wife’s belly is getting bigger, but she still has to sew for 9 to 14 hours daily. Since I filed a complaint, they have prohibited my wife from talking to anyone outside the camp. They have also deprived her of family visits.”
Huang Qi, Director of “China Skynet Human Rights Center”,
believes that Liu Yuling is a mature pregnant woman, and she is no longer under existing labor camp regulations.
Huang Qi: “Currently Skynet has contacted a lawyer on behalf of Liu, and will probably have a checkup soon. We are trying to get her released within a few days.”
According to labor camp laws, pregnant women cannot be detained within the labor camp system. Huang Qi asked Dalian local authorities to immediately and unconditionally release Liu Yuling. Huang also calls for a thorough investigation.
Li Tiantian, Mainland human rights lawyer: “Re-education through forced labor is a violation of human rights. Detaining pregnant women in the camps is a violation of human nature.”
On November 29th, 1979, the State Council issued the “Supplementary Provisions of the State Council on Re-education through labor”. It defined the reeducation through labor system as detaining citizens for 1-3 years, and if necessary, may be extended one more year.
China’s labor camp system is notorious, and widely criticized by scholars at home and abroad. A law professor published an article, “The abolition of re-education through labor system is an inevitable requirement of China’s progress in human rights”.
It proposed that any decision to detain citizens must be disclosed by the court. At the same time, the trial verdict shall come from due process of the law, not from the decision of public security.
On January 7 2013, Mainland China’s official media reported on Meng Jianzhu, secretary of the Central Commission of Politics and Law Committee. It reported that Meng announced during a political law and work conference that a proposal for the abolition of re-education through labor system has been sent to the National People’s Congress for approval. However, some lawyers suggest that if the abolition of labor camps takes place, the public security will probably use other means to limit the freedom of petitioners and dissidents.