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"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@es21
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"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@cs1
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@da2
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@de9
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@el10
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping, a seven-month pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the international conference on population and development plan of action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected, and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Ms Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@en4
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@et5
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@fi7
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@fr8
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@hu11
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@it12
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@lt14
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@lv13
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@mt15
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@nl3
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@pl16
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@pt17
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@ro18
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@sk19
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@sl20
"Mr President, on 2 June 2012 in Zhenping a seven-months pregnant woman called Feng Jianmei was kidnapped, forcibly taken to hospital, beaten and injected with a product which induced abortion, provoking the death of the foetus. The municipal government of Ankang conducted an investigation that concluded that the officials in Zhenping County used crude means and persuaded her to abort the foetus. It is important to stress this was known basically thanks to an Internet campaign and this underlines the importance of freedom of expression, including online. In this particular case, I would like to remind Members that, according to the International Conference on Population and Development Plan of Action, the aim of family planning programmes must be to enable couples and individuals to make free, responsible and informed decisions about child-bearing and to make available to them a full range of safe, effective and acceptable methods of family planning of their choice. Any form of coercion has no part to play. This is why we first extend our condolences to the family of the victims, strongly condemn the harassment to which they are being subjected and demand public protection for them. We also condemn the decision to force Mrs Feng to have an abortion and condemn as well the practice of forced abortions and sterilisations globally, especially in the context of the one-child policy. We also consider important the ongoing debate by intellectuals and academics in China on the one-child policy."@sv22
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