Document for Uyghurs' graduates further invalidates human rights



Friday, September 11, 2020




Xinjiang Region, home for large, persecuted Uighur population.
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(Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region —Sept. 10, 2020) Covenant document between the Communist Party (CCP) and Uyghurs released from internment camps further invalidates human rights.

The CCP issued a document requiring Uyghurs who graduate from a “vocational education and training program” to sign “Eight Not-Permits” and “Seven Reports.” “Eight Not-Permits” relates to eight CCP stipulations which begin with “1. You will not be permitted to use non-personal real-name registered mobile phone cards or accounts on WeChat, QQ, Weibo, etc.”

“Seven Reports” contains seven directives designed to help ensure the CCP maintains strict control of a graduate’s concentration, location, and communication.


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