China: Legacy of the Beijing Olympics: Tiananmen mothers: China's choice, your voice
Amnesty International urges the authorities to allow full public debate about the events on 3-4 June 1989. This is an important step towards securing justice for the victims of the crackdown and their families. Amnesty International also calls on the Chinese authorities to release those imprisoned in connection with the 1989 protests, to carry out a full, independent and impartial investigation into the crackdown with a view to bringing the perpetrators to justice and to compensate the victims or their families.
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