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 Réddition de 43 familles dans la province de Bolikhamxay

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MessageSujet: Réddition de 43 familles dans la province de Bolikhamxay   Jeu 13 Oct à 1:19

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http://www.factfinding.org/News_Releases/index.html

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October 12, 2005

43 Hmong Families in the jungles of Bolikhamxay Province Surrender

The following report was reported to Fact Finding Commission on October 11, 2005 by FFC network team in Southeast Asia.

Recently a group of Hmong families who had became displaced people after the communist Lao government took over the country of Laos in May 1975 and were chased, hunted and pushed to live in the jungles and mountains of Laos in Bolkhamxay Province surrendered to the Lao government due to lack of food and medical care. The surrender was a hard decision for these individuals to make, for they have to choose from being constantly chased, hunted, and killed by LPDR military forces and die of starvation or surrender and face the harsh persecution and the mental and physical tortures by Lao military forces and local authorities.

They finally reached a decision. It was reported that on Thursday, October 6, 2005, 43 Hmong families from Bolikhamxay province surrendered to the Laos government at one of the local villages in Muang Xang, Bolikhamxay Province. Together there are 242 individuals who surrendered at Ban NaYaa, Muang Xang, Bolikhamxay Province. It has been five days since the date they surrendered, and they report they have not received any humanitarian support. They are being kept at Ban Na Yaa, staying underneath the open platforms of the villagers' houses. These 43 families have nowhere to live and receive no humanitarian aid. They are strictly being watched and controlled by LPDR military forces and local authorities.

There are still 800 more Hmong individuals living in the jungles in Bolikhamxay Province being chased, hunted, and killed by LPDR military forces. They will consider surrendering if there is humanitarian support from international community, NGOs, and United Nations.

Fact Finding Commission urges the United Nations, United States Embassy, and other Embassies in Vientiane and as well as NGOs to immediately intervene and provide humanitarian support to these 242 individuals.

The Fact Finding Commission is dedicated to exposing the plight of the veterans of the U.S. Secret War who have hid in the mountains and jungles of Laos for nearly thirty years to escape the retribution of the communist Lao government for their loyalty to the United States during the War in Southeast Asia.
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