Chinese civil rights activist Xu Zhiyong accused of plotting ‘colour revolution’ to subvert state power

The prominent Chinese civil rights activist Xu Zhiyong has been accused of plotting a “colour revolution” to subvert state power, according to an official indictment.Xu, 48, has been held in detention for more than 20 months, including at a centre in Linshu county in Shandong province, but according to an informed source he is in “good health and spirits”.“He is a man of unshakeable belief, this is what keeps him going so long. He is not at all concerned with his indictment and has no plan to…


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