必须释放被囚禁的主教和神父

2013/01/04 07:11
中国-梵蒂冈
河北天主教徒: 刑法改革意味着习近平必须释放被囚禁的主教和神父
by Bernardo Cervellera
自2013年1月1起, 新法律开始生效,立即提供访问律师, 马上通知其亲属,未经审讯拘留限定六个月。 未经审讯被囚禁主教和神父已达7年或以上, 应该允许他们回家,或接受探视的亲属来访。河北的一些信友保持乐观,其他教会的人士持怀疑态度。

罗马(亚洲新闻) – 河北神父和信友都热切地等待着被监禁主教和神父归来,他们已被警方拘留并失踪数年。从2013年1月1日起,教友们希望看到他们的牧人,有些被拘留者未经审讯已被囚禁15年以上,这有法律依据。
事实上,从今年开始,改革后的刑法已经逐渐成为法律,至少其意向,以”尊重和保障人权” 为目的。在新法律下,任何人不应被强迫暗示他们自己有罪,所有被拘留者必须依据合法的方式取证, 即不通过拷问获得证据。”
该法律还确保在请求访问律师后48小时内立即获得,并通知嫌疑犯的亲属有关其情形和被拘留地方。此外,嫌疑犯在被拘留期间,必须保证充足的饮食和睡眠。最后,被警方拘留者不得超过6 个月。
一位河北神父向亚洲新闻表示,在习近平时代,在这些颁布的新法律下,80岁的保定地下团体苏志民主教(照片), 被警方拘留后已经失踪15年,主教应能够返回其家园。他的家人和亲属每年在他被绑架周年之际,向警方询问主教在那里,今年他们最终的回答应不同于在过去我 们收到的答复 (“我们不知道!”)。
还有一个”合法的”希望,就是易县教区地下团体师恩祥主教(左照片),现 已90岁高龄,自2001年以来未经审讯被警察逮捕。依据新法律,主教应能返回家园和富有活力的教区。
希望所有未经审讯被逮捕和判刑强迫劳工的神父:去年亚洲新闻列出的名单至少有6位。 其中,最杰出的是鹿若瑟神父,为河北保定教区地下团体副主教,自2006年2月17日,在警方手中失踪。信友们等待着他的归来。他们向告诉亚洲新闻讲 述:”如果鹿神父不被释放,依据新法律, 这是不公正的,至少警方必须说出他被关押在那里,并给予我们去探访的权利。”   
其他教会人士没有共享河北这些信友们的热情。他们解释说,不主张新的立法、司法与中共分立, 中共依然监督每项法律的实施。记得2004年宪法修正案,包含 “尊重和保障人权”的言辞,可是自那时以来没有任何改变。   

 

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01/03/2013 14:12
CHINA – VATICAN
Hebei Catholics: Penal Code reform means Xi Jinping must free imprisoned bishops and priests
by Bernardo Cervellera
The new laws, in force since 1st January 2013, provide for immediate access to a lawyer; immediate notification for the relatives; limits detention without trial to six months. Bishops and priests imprisoned without trial for seven years or more, should be allowed return home or receive visits from their relatives. Optimism of some faithful Hebei; skepticism of other church figures.


Rome (AsiaNews) – Hebei priests and faithful are eagerly awaiting the return of their bishops and priests who have disappeared in police custody for years. From 1st January 2013, their hope of seeing their pastors, some detainees without trial for 15 years and more, it also has a legal basis.

Since the beginning of this year, in fact, the reformed penal code has passed into law which, at least in intention, aims to “respect and protect human rights.” An example of this is that under the new law no one should be forced to incriminate themselves and all arrests must be based on evidence “obtained in a legal manner”, i.e. not through torture.
The law also ensures immediate access to a lawyer within 48 hours of a request being made, and that the relatives of the suspect are to be informed of the circumstances and place of detention.  Moreover during the period of detention, the suspect must be guaranteed an adequate diet and sleep. Finally, the police can not detain a person without charge for more than six months.
A Hebei priest told AsiaNews that under these new laws, enacted in the era of Xi Jinping, Msgr. James Su Zhimin, the underground bishop of Baoding (ds in the photo), 80, who disappeared in police custody 15 years ago, should be able to return home. His family every year, on the anniversary of his kidnapping, ask the police where their relative is being held, as of this year they will finally have an answer different from the one received in the past (“We do not know!”) .

There is also “legal” hope for Msgr. Cosma Shi Enxiang, 90 years old, underground bishop of Yixian (left in photo). Arrested by police and detained without trial since 2001, according to the new laws he should be able to return to his family and its dynamic diocese.
Hope for all the priests arrested and sentenced to forced labor without trial: last year AsiaNews listed at least six. Among these, the most prominent personality is certainly Fr. Joseph Lu clergyman, vicar general of the underground diocese of Baoding (Hebei), missing in the hands of the police since February 17, 2006. His faithful await his return. They have told AsiaNews : “If he is not released, this would be unfair, under the new law, they must at least say where he is secluded and grant us the right to go and visit him.”

Other church figures do not share the enthusiasm of these faithful in Hebei. They point out that the new legislation does not assert the independence of the judiciary from the Communist Party, which still oversees the application of each law. And they recall that in 2004 there was the amendment to the constitution to include the phrase “respect for and protection of human rights.” But since then nothing has changed.

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    01/03/2013 14:12 CHINA – VATICAN [East acquires human rights, lol. the West loses them] Hebei Catholics: Penal Code reform means Xi Jinping must free imprisoned bishops and priests. by Bernardo Cervellera. The new laws, in force since 1st January 2013, provide for immediate access to a lawyer; immediate notification for the relatives; limits detention without trial to six months. Bishops and priests imprisoned without trial for seven years or more, should be allowed return home or receive visits from their relatives. Optimism of some faithful Hebei; skepticism of other church figures. Rome (AsiaNews) – Hebei priests and faithful are eagerly awaiting the return of their bishops and priests who have disappeared in police custody for years. From 1st January 2013, their hope of seeing their pastors, some detainees without trial for 15 years and more, it also has a legal basis.
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    CHINA – VATICAN [East acquires human rights, lol. the West loses them] Since the beginning of this year, in fact, the reformed penal code has passed into law which, at least in intention, aims to “respect and protect human rights.” An example of this is that under the new law no one should be forced to incriminate themselves and all arrests must be based on evidence “obtained in a legal manner”, i.e. not through torture. The law also ensures immediate access to a lawyer within 48 hours of a request being made, and that the relatives of the suspect are to be informed of the circumstances and place of detention. Moreover during the period of detention, the suspect must be guaranteed an adequate diet and sleep. Finally, the police can not detain a person without charge for more than six months.
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    CHINA – VATICAN [East acquires human rights, lol. the West loses them] A Hebei priest told AsiaNews that under these new laws, enacted in the era of Xi Jinping, Msgr. James Su Zhimin, the underground bishop of Baoding (ds in the photo), 80, who disappeared in police custody 15 years ago, should be able to return home. His family every year, on the anniversary of his kidnapping, ask the police where their relative is being held, as of this year they will finally have an answer different from the one received in the past (“We do not know!”) . There is also “legal” hope for Msgr. Cosma Shi Enxiang, 90 years old, underground bishop of Yixian (left in photo). Arrested by police and detained without trial since 2001, according to the new laws he should be able to return to his family and its dynamic diocese. Hope for all the priests arrested and sentenced to forced labor without trial: last year AsiaNews listed at least six.
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    CHINA – VATICAN [East acquires human rights, lol. the West loses them] Among these, the most prominent personality is certainly Fr. Joseph Lu clergyman, vicar general of the underground diocese of Baoding (Hebei), missing in the hands of the police since February 17, 2006. His faithful await his return. They have told AsiaNews : “If he is not released, this would be unfair, under the new law, they must at least say where he is secluded and grant us the right to go and visit him.” Other church figures do not share the enthusiasm of these faithful in Hebei. They point out that the new legislation does not assert the independence of the judiciary from the Communist Party, which still oversees the application of each law. And they recall that in 2004 there was the amendment to the constitution to include the phrase “respect for and protection of human rights.” But since then nothing has changed.
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03/01/2013 13:10
CINA – VATICANO
Cattolici dell’Hebei: Con la riforma del codice penale, Xi Jinping deve liberare i vescovi e i sacerdoti arrestati
di Bernardo Cervellera
Le nuove leggi, in vigore dal 1mo gennaio 2013, garantiscono un avvocato da subito; l’informazione per i parenti dei sospettati; il divieto a incarcerare per più di sei mesi senza alcuna accusa. Vescovi e sacerdoti, imprigionati senza processo da 7 anni e più, dovrebbero tornare a casa, o poter ricevere la visita dei loro parenti. Ottimismo di alcuni fedeli dell’Hebei; scetticismo di altre personalità ecclesiali.


Roma (AsiaNews) – Sacerdoti e fedeli dell’Hebei aspettano con ansia il ritorno dei loro vescovi e sacerdoti scomparsi da anni nelle mani della polizia. Dal 1mo gennaio 2013, la loro speranza di rivedere i loro pastori, alcuni detenuti senza alcun processo da 15 anni e più, ha anche basi legali.
Dall’inizio di quest’anno, infatti, è stata varata una riforma del codice penale che, almeno nelle intenzioni, vuole “rispettare e proteggere i diritti umani”. Per questo, ad esempio, le nuove leggi affermano che nessuno dovrebbe essere costretto ad autoaccusarsi e che l’arresto dovrebbe avvenire basandosi su prove “ottenute in modo legale”, ossia non attraverso tortura.
La legge garantisce anche che il sospettato deve poter avere da subito rapporto con un avvocato entro 48 ore dalla sua richiesta; che ai parenti del sospettato si deve comunicare il caso e il luogo di detenzione; che nel periodo di detenzione devono essere garantiti una dieta adeguata e il tempo di sonno dovuto. Infine, che la polizia non può incarcerare una persona senza alcuna accusa per non più di sei mesi.
Un sacerdote dell’Hebei ha detto ad AsiaNews che con queste nuove regole, varate nell’era di Xi Jinping, mons. Giacomo Su Zhimin, vescovo sotterraneo di Baoding (a ds nella foto), 80 anni, scomparso nelle mani della polizia da 15 anni, dovrebbe poter tornare a casa. I suoi familiari che ogni anno, nell’anniversario del suo sequestro, domandano alla polizia il luogo in cui è detenuto il loro parente, da quest’anno potranno finalmente avere una risposta diversa da quella ricevuta in passato (“Non lo sappiamo!”).
C’è speranza “legale” anche per mons. Cosma Shi Enxiang, 90 anni, vescovo sotterraneo di Yixian (a sin. nella foto). Sequestrato dalla polizia e detenuto senza processo dal 2001, in base alle nuove leggi dovrebbe poter tornare alla sua famiglia e alla sua dinamica diocesi.
Speranze anche per tutti i sacerdoti arrestati e condannati senza processo a lavori forzati: lo scorso anno AsiaNews ne ha elencati almeno sei. Fra questi, la personalità più di spicco è certo p. Giuseppe Lu Genjun, vicario generale della diocesi sotterranea di Baoding (Hebei), scomparso dal 17 febbraio 2006 nelle mani della polizia. I suoi fedeli aspettano il suo ritorno. Ad AsiaNews dicono: “Se anche non verrà liberato, e questo sarebbe ingiusto, secondo la nuova legge ci devono dire almeno dove è recluso e garantirci il diritto di andare a visitarlo”.
Altre personalità ecclesiali non condividono l’entusiasmo di questi fedeli dell’Hebei. Essi fanno notare che nelle nuove leggi non si afferma l’indipendenza del potere giudiziario dal Partito comunista, che rimane così il gestore di ogni regola. E ricordano che nel 2004 vi è stato l’emendamento della costituzione, per includere la frase sul “rispetto e la protezione dei diritti umani”. Ma da allora nulla è cambiato.

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