03/14/2018

Urgent Action Update: Swedish Doctor Denied Access To Bookseller (China: UA 21.18)


A Swedish doctor has been denied access to Gui Minhai according to a statement released by the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs. The Hong Kong bookseller is urgently in need of medical care, and it remains unclear whether he has access to a lawyer of his choosing or if his family members have been able to visit him since he was again detained in January 2018

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A Swedish doctor has been denied access to Gui Minhai according to a statement released by the Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs. The Hong Kong bookseller is urgently in need of medical care, and it remains unclear whether he has access to a lawyer of his choosing or if his family members have been able to visit him since he was again detained in January 2018

1) TAKE ACTION
Write a letter, send an email, call, fax or tweet:

  • Release Gui Minhai and drop the charges against him unless there is sufficient credible and admissible evidence that he has committed an internationally recognized offence and is granted a fair trial in line with international standards;
  • Grant Gui Minhai prompt, regular and unrestricted access to medical care on request or as necessary;
  • Ensure that Gui Minhai has unrestricted access to consular officials, a lawyer of his choice and his family.

Contact these two officials by 25 April, 2018:

Director of Ningbo City Detention Centre
Ren Jianwei
Ningboshi Kanshousuo
256 Qinyuanjie, Haishuqu
Ningbo Shi, Zhejiangsheng
People’s Republic of China
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +86 574 81982120 (Chinese only)
Salutation: Dear Director

Ambassador Cui Tiankai, Embassy of the People’s Republic of China
3505 International Place NW, Washington DC 20008
Phone: 1 202 495 2266 I Fax: 1 202 495 2138
Email: [email protected]
(If you receive an error message, please try calling instead!)
Salutation: Dear Ambassador

2) LET US KNOW YOU TOOK ACTION
Click here to let us know if you took action on this case! This is Urgent Action 21.18
Here’s why it is so important to report your actions: we record the actions taken on each case—letters, emails, calls and tweets—and use that information in our advocacy.

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