Chinese Activists To Face Jail Term

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The three Chinese anti-corruption activists who were called out earlier have been sentenced to up to six-and-a-half years in prison on Thursday, a lawyer said, the latest in their grass-roots movement to be jailed despite an official drive against graft.

Last year the trio had taken photos of themselves protesting with banners in a bid to persuade the government officials to disclose their assets as a curb against corruption.

Liu and Wei whose sentences are the longest handed down so far to member of their New Citizen Movement, were found guilty of disrupting public order, “using evil religion to sabotage law enforcement” and “picking fights and provoking trouble”, while Li was convicted only of the final charge.

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