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流亡总部成功营救中国民主党年轻领导人袁斌抵达美国

【关注中国中心2004年12月14日美国罗德州普城消息】

中国民主党因坐牢而致残的年轻领导人袁斌,从中国大陆成功逃亡,美国时间12月14日下午已从泰国抵达美国纽约肯尼迪国际机场,然后转机抵达美国罗德岛州普城(Providence)瓦维克格林机场。

袁斌先生现年26岁,曾就学于白俄罗斯的大学,是1998年最早的一批加入中国民主党的年轻党员。

1998年11月9日中国民主党京津党部成立。数日后,袁斌经徐文立、秦永敏介绍入党;12月即遇难,被中国政府判刑两年。

2002年12月14日袁斌被释放之后,便受命于中国民主党联合总部当时领导人何德普先生的指派,前往东南亚地区发展组织,开展工作。由于袁斌的出色工作,很快引起中国政府驻泰机构的注目。于是,他们于2002年6月用阴谋绑架的手段将袁斌顺湄公河绑架回了中国,开了中国大陆异议人士被中共特务从境外绑架回国的危险的先例。同年6月20日袁斌被关押在中国镇江市看守所,由于中国政府方面怀疑袁斌不但掌握中国民主党内部许多机密,并怀疑他掌握中国民主党在东南亚地区的许多秘密,他们惨无人道地对袁斌实施了酷刑,以至伤及他的脊椎竟成终身残疾,他现在常因骨骼变形压迫心脏而造成心律衰竭。

由于袁斌的坚贞不屈,身体已经致残,中国政府遂草率地以一年九个月的劳动教养名义处罚了袁斌,2004年1月9日袁斌出狱。

袁斌出狱之后,不论是继续求学,还是疗伤,以至探望生病的母亲,都受到中国警方的无理骚扰和多次拘留。

今年11月,中国民主党海外流亡组织为了拯救重病在身的袁斌,在中国政府不发给他护照的情况下,设法从秘密通道将他营救到中缅寮边界,他立即在当地成立了中国民主党缅甸流亡党部,并开展工作。未成想,2004年12月2日当他进入泰国境内后,即被泰国警方拘留,被暂押在泰国清莱府清盛县警察局。

2004年12月3日成立的中国民主党海外流亡总部,通过三读二议一决,于12月1日选举袁斌为中国民主党海外流亡总部执委会最年轻的委员。

中国民主党海外流亡总部12月3日凌晨2时,得知袁斌被泰国警方拘留的消息后,4时紧急向美国政府和人权观察前主席鲍勃.伯恩斯坦先生和对话基金会主席康原先生、后又向联合国难民署驻华盛顿机构和联合国难民署驻泰机构求援。与此同时,中国民主党海外流亡总部在征得王希哲顾问同意的情况下,12月3日迅速建立了徐文立任组长、在泰林乃木为副组长的拯救袁斌应急小组,并拨专款开展工作。现在,袁斌在美国政府、泰国政府、人权观察前主席鲍勃.伯恩斯坦先生、对话基金会主席康原先生、联合国难民署驻华盛顿机构和联合国难民署驻泰机构、美国天主教难民救援总会和美国天主教难民救援罗德州普城分会的共同帮助下,将于12月15日从泰国飞抵美国罗德州普城。中国民主党海外流亡总部和关注中国中心召集人徐文立,将代表中国民主党海外各流亡党部和全体流亡在海外的中国民主党人热烈欢迎从中国大陆成功逃亡的袁斌先生,并衷心感谢美国政府、泰国政府、人权观察前主席鲍勃.伯恩斯坦先生、对话基金会主席康原先生、联合国难民署驻华盛顿机构和联合国难民署驻泰机构、美国天主教难民救援总会和美国天主教难民救援罗德州普城分会的无私、慷慨的关爱和帮助。

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Successfully Rescued: Young Chinese Democratic Party Leader Yuan Bin Arrives in the United States

Caring for China Center News December 14, Providence, RI Yuan Bin, a young leader of the Chinese Democratic Party (CDP) who was handicapped in prison, has successfully departed China and arrived in the U.S. on December 14.

Yuan Bin, 26, having been educated in Belarus, became one of the earliest members of the CDP in 1998.

On November 9, 1998, the Tianjin branch of the CDP was founded. A few days later Yuan was introduced into the Party by Xu Wenli and Qin Yongmin. By December he had been arrested and sentenced to two years in prison.

After Yuan's release on December 14, 2002, he was instructed by CDP leader He Depu to go to Southeast Asia and expand CDP organizations there. Because Yuan was effective, he soon attracted the attention of Chinese officials in Thailand. In June 2002 the Chinese kidnapped Yuan and returned him to China along the Mekong River, setting a dangerous precedent for the abduction abroad of Chinese dissidents. On June 20 of that year, Yuan entered the Zhenjiang city jail. Chinese agents suspected that Yuan knew many CDP secrets and tortured him. In the course of his imprisonment Yuan's spine was damaged, causing permanent handicap. His skeletal deformities have also affected his heart functions. The Chinese government then sentenced him to 21 months of reeducation by hard labor.

On January 9, 2004, Yuan was released. Since then, whether he was furthering his studies or visiting his ailing mother, he was constantly harassed by Chinese policemen and on several occasions detained.

In November of this year, exile organizations of the CDP, in order to ensure Yuan's safety, secretly transferred him to the China-Myanmar-Laos border. He immediately established a CDP exile branch in Myanmar. When he entered Thailand on December 2, he was detained by Thai police in Chiang Saen of Chiang Rae Province.

On December 3, 2004, the overseas exiles headquarters of the CDP was established, and Yuan was elected as the youngest member of the party's executive committee. On the same day the headquarters learned of Yuan's detention and immediately contacted the U.S. government, former Human Rights Watch president Robert Bernstein, and Duihua Foundation president John Kamm for aid. Subsequently the CDP contacted the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Washington D.C. and Bangkok. With the help of these organizations and individuals, plus the Diocese of Providence's Office of Community Services and Advocacy, Yuan Bin has arrived in Providence, RI on December 14. Xu Wenli of  the CDP overseas headquarters and Caring for China Center, on behalf of all exiled members of the CDP, would like to welcome Yuan Bin and thank these friends as well as the Thai government who have done so much to ensure Yuan's safety.

For more information, contact Xu Wenli:
(O)401-863-9768
(H)401-274-5120
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