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Alliance of Supporting Zhang Hong Bao take actions
Yan Qing Xin lead delegation to Guam Soon
Shortly before the opening of court session in Federal Court of Guam for the "Hebeas Corpus" of Zhang Hong Bao on April 6th, "Global Alliance of Supporting Zhang Hong Bao" has set up a delegation which would arrive at Guam very soon to organize local supporting activities as well as to be visitors at the court session.
The delegation of "Global Alliance of Supporting Zhang Hong Bao" are consisting of representatives of overseas democratic groups and Zhong Gong members from many countries and areas, including the United States, Canada, Mainland China, Switzerland, France, Japan, Southeast Asia, Hong Kong and Macao, Korea, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand, etc. The delegation will arrive at Guam soon, led by Ms. Yen Qing Xin, the person in charge of International Zhong Gong Headquarters.
"Global Alliance of Supporting Zhang Hong Bao" was established in January of this year. It was initiated by overseas democratic movement groups in twenty odd countries and areas, and joined by Zhong Gong organizations all over the world as well as personages who show sympathy and support to Zhang Hong Bao.
The alliance takes actions of rescuing Zhang Hong Bao into account as important contents that would affect the trend of Chinese Democracy Progress and the fighting against CPC's totalitarian regime. During the process of rescuing Zhang Hong Bao, overseas democratic movement groups have allied more extensive social strength, obtaining an unprecedented common sense and reaching a seldom-viewed unity, which makes a new look of overseas democratic movement.
"Global Alliance of Supporting Zhang Hong Bao" will pass this information on to the US President, Vice President, the Senate, the House, the State Secretary, Judicial Minister and Vice Minister, INS General Officer, major presses of both America and the world through public media and internet.
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