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歐盟:極度擔憂李波等五人失蹤 如大陸跨境執法違一國兩制

2016/1/8 — 7:46

資料圖片:李波

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歐盟就銅鑼灣書店股東李波等五人失蹤事件發表聲明,指五人至今下落不明,情況令人極度擔憂,呼籲中方及香港展開調查。聲明引述行政長官梁振英曾表示,若果內地執法部門在香港執法,是違反基本法,不符一國兩制原則。

歐盟對外事務部門發出的聲明指,矢蹤五人有兩人屬香港公民,書店股東李波持有英國護照,而據報去年十月在泰國失蹤的書店東主桂民海則是瑞典籍。

聲明引述行政長官梁振英曾表示,若果內地執法部門在香港執法,是違反基本法,不符一國兩制原則。歐盟又指出,尊重言論自由支撐所有的自由社會,促請中國、香港及泰國當局依法治原則,調查失蹤事件。

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歐盟聲明原文:

STATEMENT

Statement by the Spokesperson on the disappearance of individuals associated with the Mighty Current publishing house in Hong Kong

The continuing lack of information about the well-being and whereabouts of five Hong Kong residents (Lui Bo, Gui Minhai, Zhang Zhiping, Lin Rongji and Lee Po) associated with the publishing house Mighty Current is extremely worrying.

Two of them are EU citizens - Gui Minhai is a Swedish national, and Lee Po is a British national. In the case of Gui Minhai, he has been reported missing in Thailand since mid-October.

As Hong Kong Chief Executive C Y Leung has stated, it would be a violation of the Basic Law if, as media allege, mainland law enforcement agencies had been operating in Hong Kong.  This would be inconsistent with the ‘one country two systems’ principle.

Respect for freedom of expression underpins all free societies. The relevant authorities in Thailand, China and Hong Kong should investigate and clarify the circumstances of the disappearances in conformity with the rule of law.

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