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China: Ban on Tibet Religious Activity Toughened

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Expand People line up at a checkpoint controlling access to Barkor Square in front of the Jokhang temple in center city Lhasa. Screen shot from video of WeChat account, accessed August 27, 2019. Copy of video on file. (New York) – A Chinese Communist Party notice banning retired Tibetan government employees from taking part in religious activities violates China’s commitment to religious freedom, Human Rights Watch said today. The notice obtained by Human Rights Watch is undated but appears to have been issued in early August 2019. The notice requires all Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) government…

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