美國《明慧網》報導，據「歐洲委員會反對販賣人體器官公約（Council of Europe Convention against Trafficking in Human Organs）」的解釋，「為了器官移植而進行的全球性非法人體器官貿易的存在，是一個確鑿的事實，這展示了個人和公共衛生的一個明確的險境，同時也違反了人權和基本自由，有辱人類的尊嚴和個人自由。」
New European Convention Against Human Organ Trafficking
The Council of the European Union recently issued a new convention.
This requires EU governments to legislate illegal human organ
harvesting as a criminal offense.
Adoption of the Council of Europe Convention against Trafficking in
Human Organs was published on July 9.
It is to promote cooperation between EU countries and the international
community, to take action to stop the sale of human organs.
US Minghui reported that, from the explanation from the Convention
the global illicit human organs trade for organ transplants truly exists.
It shows the dangers existing to personal and public health.
It is also in violation of human rights and fundamental freedoms,
degrading human dignity and personal freedom.
Former China Construction Manager Quits the Party Publicly
On July 23, former China Construction Bank (CCB) middle level
manager Zhang Lanying publicly issued a statement to quit the party.
According to the mainland Human Rights Defenders report, on June 30,
Zhang Lanying submitted an application resigning from the party to the
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Central Organization Department and
relevant agencies in Tianjin, but got no response.
So Zhang Lanying authorized Human Rights Defenders to publish her
application to quit the party.
According to the report, Zhang Lanying’s private house was forcibly
taken down five years ago in Tianjin Nankai District by the district
chief and all private property was looted. Zhang started to petition then.
She was kidnapped, illegally detained, detained in black jails, forced
to divorce, forced to wander until desperate she went on hunger strike.
Zhang Lanying’s 85-year-old parents are held in Tianjin
Nankai district government secret black jail.
Her parents are suffering serious health issues recently because they are
not allowed to get treatment.
Zhang Lanying said she awakened to the truth finally not to be in
cahoots with the CCP after so much persecution.
Mainland Students Forced to Sign Agreement Against Occupy
Central or Lose Study Rights
On July 22, Hong Kong Home News Web site reported that a mainland
student complained that he was made to sign he was against Occupy
Central by the Liaison office when he was there for study proof. This
is now a necessary identity document for mainland students.
Hong Kong Apple Daily recently reported the Hong Kong Liaison Office
threatened mainland students in Hong Kong into signing the form.
If they don’t sign the form of universal suffrage protection and against
Occupy Central, they won’t get proof to study or work in Hong Kong.
Currently, the student has deleted the online posts; but his post has been
saved a as screenshot by media.