The two officials respectively lead the administration of justice and education in the area, which is a tension between the Muslim majority (mainly Uyghurs) and the Han.
Two former senior Uyghur officials were sentenced to death for “Separatism” In the Xinjiang Autonomous Region (northwest), the local authorities announced on Tuesday night (April 6). These sentences were accompanied by a two-year suspension of execution-in fact, the sentence was reduced to life imprisonment.
The two officials respectively lead the administration of justice and education in the region, which is the subject of tension between the Muslim majority (mainly Uyghur) and the Han (the entire country is historically and majority ethnic).
Several countries including the United States cited “Genocide” Uyghurs are among them. Human rights groups accused Beijing of detaining more than 1 million Uyghurs in political re-education centers since 2017.
The communist regime denies this number and guarantees that it is “Vocational Training Center” After a series of attacks attributed to them, the aim was to free Uyghurs from Islam and separatism.
In this case, Shirzat Bawudun, the former Minister of Justice of Xinjiang, was found guilty of conspiracy with the East Turkistan Islamic Movement (MITO) when he met with a member of the organization in 2003 when he was working in the police station. The new Chinese agency said.