China Executes 4 Tibetans – Urgent Action Required

Executions – Urgent Action China has executed four Tibetans for their roles in the protests in Tibet last year, according to the Tibetan Centre for Human Rights and Democracy. Lobsang Gyaltsen, Loyak, Penkyi and reportedly a fourth unidentified Tibetan, were executed in Lhasa on 20 October.

Please take part in this action which calls on Wu Aiying, Minister of Justice, to stop any further executions in Tibet, that all remaining death sentences are commuted; any further trials are conducted openly and fairly; all cases related to events of March and April 2008 are given a suspension until a full and independent inquiry into events around these dates is held; a full list of the names and whereabouts of all Tibetans still detained in relation to last years events is provided; and no prisoner is subjected to torture or other ill-treatment, they are granted the right to regular visits by family members, have access to lawyers of their choice and are given any necessary medical treatment needed.

To send a message to China’s Minister of Justice, visit: http://org2.democracyinaction.org/o/5380/t/5114/p/dia/action/public/?action_KEY=598