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Bericht der österreichischen Rechtsexpertendelegation über ihren Besuch in China/Tibet im Juli 1992

Felix Ermacora and Wolfgang Benedek
Verfassung und Recht in Übersee / Law and Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America
Vol. 26, No. 1 (1. Quartal 1993), pp. 22-48
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43110821
Page Count: 27
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Abstract

In July 1992, an Austrian delegation of legal experts was given the opportunity to visit Peking and Lhasa, Tibet, to inquire into the situation of human rights in Tibet and to study the relevant legal system of China. It was the only delegation of this kind in 1992. The report by Ermacora and Benedek, after giving a historical account of the Tibetan question, deals with the general aspects of human rights in the Tibetan issue, the question of independence of Tibet and the treatment of Tibetans as a minority nationality including the issue of autonomy as well as a number of human rights like freedom of religion, fair trial and right to education. The relationship between the rule of law and human rights in China is also discussed. The report ends with a number of conclusions of mainly legal character and some recommendations the delegation has addressed to the Austrian government, which, however, may also be of general relevance.

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