Stake chairman Li Zhuoren and former vice chairman He Junren publicly called for the initiative to dissolve the stake earlier in a letter.
However, Zou Xingtong, the vice chairman of the Stake Alliance, who is currently being returned, expressed his disapproval of dissolution, because he does not want "panic dissolution" to hit the people's morale and promote the spread of fear by his own behavior, while "dissolution and reduction of penalty" are just speculation. , There is no guarantee.
She responded to the comments of Li and He that they believed that they had other considerations, but could not agree.
▼Zou Xingtong and other defendants were escorted to the court by police cars and prison cars earlier ▼
Refuses to plead for dismissal, claiming that he is mentally prepared for long-term jail
Zou Xingtong’s post on social networks is divided into two parts, the first half is written before Li Zhuoren and He Junren’s open letter.
She pointed out that the Educational Association and the Chinese People's Front had announced their dissolution, but the official media still pursued them vigorously, saying that their dissolution could not escape "criminal responsibilities." Therefore, she believed that the so-called "promise" of "disbanding and saving people" was in doubt.
She mentioned that everyone has to choose between sticking to the end and the so-called "stop loss and leaving the market." She herself chooses to "don't forget, never give up, stick to the end."
Zou Xingtong pointed out that if the dissolution of the organization may fall under Article 33 of the National Security Law, "voluntary waiver or prevention of crime", for the defendants, may be a reason for commutation, but she stated that even if the general assembly finally resolves the dissolution, it is absolutely impossible for individuals This became a reason for pleading, "At the beginning I chose to run under the National Security Act, but I still came out to stand for election. I am mentally prepared to go to jail for a long time."
Said the June Fourth Memorial Hall is no longer safe
Zou Xingtong pointed out that he was unwilling to give up the "Five Guidelines" and to seek justice for those who died in June 4th. He also pointed out that "self-dissolution" would inevitably cause certain setbacks to the movement and make future work more difficult.
The second half was written after learning that Li Zhuoren and He Junren had issued an open letter. Zou Xingtong believed that the two people’s expressions "maybe there are other considerations, and it cannot be stated in the open letter that I have a lot of trust in the experience and judgment of the two, but I Still unable to convince herself that dissolution is a "good" option, let alone the "best deal"." She reiterated that although she could not attend the general meeting in person, she appealed to members to oppose the dissolution proposal and "give the stake a chance to go on."
Zou Xingtong finally mentioned that he had received a worrying rumors that pinholes and eavesdroppers had been set up at the June 4th Memorial Hall, and that those who opposed the dissolution might be accounted for by the Autumn Period. It is no longer a safe place to discuss.
Zou Xingtong, He Junren, and Li Zhuoren were earlier accused of inciting others to use illegal means to overthrow China's fundamental system or the central government, and were charged with inciting subversion of state power.
The stake will hold a special general meeting this Saturday (September 25) to decide whether to dissolve.
Stake ︱ Li Zhuoren and He Junren sent a letter in prison calling for the initiative to dissolve the stake: The best plan Stake: Remove the original website, fb page, etc. as required by the police from 10 p.m. He Junren withdraws from the stake, Chinese 3 organizations including Democracy College resigned from all positions