Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

5400 Mainland China Lawyers quit the CCP

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lawyer-imprisoned-HK-freepress Four lawyers arrested in a China’s unprecedented crackdown on human rights lawyers and activists (Hong Kong free press)[/caption] Between September 22nd 2014 through August 15th 2015, Ms. Liao Yanmei and her team of Tuidang volunteers called over 900,000 telephone numbers to reach Lawyers in Mainland China. The calls were made in an aspiring effort to encourage the people on the other end of the line to quit the Chinese communist party (CCP) and/or its affiliated youth organizations. During that period of time, about 5,400 lawyers quit the CCP and its affiliates as a result of these phone calls. Additionally, some Lawyers felt to provide encouraging words of support for Tuidang volunteers for their heart-felt efforts and left messages with the callers. Some Lawyers felt they wanted to further take a righteous stand. One Lawyer in Shandong Province said, following a phone conversation he had with a Tuidang Volunteer, that he went on to advise his clients to quit the Party. He also persuaded the people he knew, as well as people he did not know personally to quit as well. Another Lawyer in the Guangxi Autonomous Region said he knew the CCP had no legal rights to persecute Falun Gong, and that he had defended Falun Gong practitioners’ rights in China.  ]]>

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