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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Zhejiang Province internal police document on controlling the movements of "critical persons"

(Note that "critical" (重点) here means "important" or "key", not "making criticism". But it might be even more misleading to translate the term as "important" persons.)

The China Digital Times has published a translation of a very interesting internal police document from 2010. Here's the first few sentences of what they say about it:

The following document was co-written in March 2010 by the Zhejiang Public Security Bureau and the Zhejiang Department of Public Health as an internal document to detail the process by which certain categories of citizens, including Falun Gong members, petitioners, and “rights defenders”, are monitored and tracked down.

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