The China Post
Date: July 7, 2017
TAIPEI — The government has again called on Beijing to immediately release pro-democracy
advocate Lee Ming-che, after the European Parliament passed a resolution on Thursday expressing concerns about the human rights situation in China.
The European Parliament passed a resolution calling upon China to release Lee, a Taiwanese pro-democracy social media activist who went missing on March 19 when he entered China from Macau.
In May, China accused the 42-year-old Lee of “subversion of state power,” confirming he had been arrested by police in Hunan province.
The passage of the resolution shows the EU is also paying close attention to the abducted Taiwanese rights activist, a Taiwan-based human rights groups said. [FULL STORY]