[Wang Zhen, the husband of pregnant prisoners]:
"She works for 9-14 hours a day. Once I tried to talk to the camp authorities, she is no longer allowed to communicate with family members — either by phone or through the mail. "
[Lee Tyantyan, a human rights lawyer]
"This is a forced-labor system itself violates human rights. If they do not let a pregnant woman or give her a break, it would be inhumane. "
In China, the so-called re-education through labor camp you can get up to 4 years without any judicial process.
As the husband says Liu Yulin, she was sent to the camp for a year of hard labor after being on for more than ten years, she tried to get the authorities to justice for the illegal demolition of her house. When attempts to resolve the issue with the local authorities yielded no result, Liu went to appeal to the central government in Beijing. There she caught the police and accused of "violating public order."
The woman serving time in camp Masanjia who is notorious for his cruelty. Husband Liu stresses that any law is not violated. Now he is trying to rescue his wife from the camp, turned for help to the human rights organization.
[Huang Qi, co-founder of the human rights center Tyanvan]
"[HRC] Tyanvan helps her to contact a lawyer and try to visit it soon in a labor camp, to check the status of her health. We will try to release it within the next few days. "
The system of forced labor camps exist in China for more than half a century. Often, there are reports out there that violate human rights. As reported by human rights activists, some of the people persecuted by the Chinese regime's group deliberately sent to these camps, to torture them.
According to official figures, at present in China's 350 labor camps, which contain 190,000 people. According to unofficial data, the number of prisoners — more than a million. Activists do not cease to encourage the Chinese government to eliminate the system of re-work, considering it oppressive.