特警长枪巡逻 装甲戒备 乌市博览会开幕[China-Eurasia Expo Brings Beijing Olympic-Like Security to Xinjiang]

特警长枪巡逻 装甲戒备 乌市博览会开幕[China-Eurasia Expo Brings Beijing
Olympic-Like Security to Xinjiang]

新疆首届亚欧博览会在戒备森严中开幕,乌鲁木齐市街头有装甲车戒备。(网络图片)
【大纪元2011年09月01日讯】(大纪元记者李明综合报道)“中国—亚欧博览会”9月1日起在新疆乌鲁木齐举行。中共当局出动二万人维稳,戒备森严如同北京奥运。街道上有大批手持长枪的特警巡逻,还有装甲车戒备,乌市及周边城市实施禁飞,许多商铺被迫停业,酒店增加岗哨。乌市居民和大陆网民对当局“维稳”扰民,草木皆兵,表示愤怒不满。

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中共副总理李克强在新疆乌鲁木齐主持了为期五天的首届“中国—亚欧博览会”开幕式,巴基斯坦总统扎尔达里、吉尔吉斯斯坦总统奥通巴耶娃、港澳的特首曾荫权和崔世安等亚欧政要出席。

 


新疆首届亚欧博览会开幕,各机场对前往乌市的旅客,特设安检通道。(新浪微博/自由亚洲电台记者乔龙)

中共当局安保压倒一切。德国之声报道说,中国亚欧博览会旨在提升乌鲁木齐的形象。安全上“万无一失”早就被定为头号任务。为此,乌鲁木齐市部署了反恐部队,宣布实行飞行物管制,机场进行一级安检。新疆自治区党委常委、乌鲁木齐市委书记朱海仑甚至将安全保卫称为“决定性一仗”,并表示要坚决防止发生暴力恐怖事件和大规模群体事件。

法广报道,当局实施两年来最严密的保安措施,出动二万名维稳人员和警力“维稳”,甚至有数名警员持枪在市内联合站岗,军机在空中巡防,电话讯号更一度中断。

乌鲁木齐市面所见,戒备空前森严,公安和解放军等武装人员荷枪实弹24小时守卫,警车和防暴车在路上往返巡逻,一旦发现十人以上人数聚集,便会有人上前要求他们散开。而在会议场所周边的商店和餐厅,几乎没有开门营业,以确保安全。

亚欧博览会开幕式8月31晚在乌鲁木齐的新疆人民会堂举行。据自由亚洲电台报道,当地安保措施严密,许多商铺被迫停业,酒店增加岗哨。一位曾有上访经历的市民反映说,他出门遭到公安的殴打和软禁。

参展商多为本地人维族展商稀少

德国之声报道说,安保话题远远压过了中国亚欧博览会本身的经贸色彩。北京方面希望将乌鲁木齐打造成中国与中亚的贸易枢纽,开启新的丝绸之路。但在占地近8平方公里的展会上,维族商人的身影却非常稀少,他们没有钱做广告,甚至不能想像能够到新疆以外的地方去推销。大多数参展的新疆公司都是汉人的公司。路透社记者看到,除了少数维族展商外,展会上其他的维族人要么是为国家媒体作报道的记者,要么是政府官员。

法广报道说,未知是否受恐袭影响,参展商多为本地人,能否打响亚欧博览会之名,颇成疑问。

“维稳”扰民 民众愤怒不满

乌市居民和大陆网民对当局过度“维稳”,草木皆兵,“政府只管面子好看”,表示非常愤怒。

自由亚洲电台报道,当局的安保措施引起部份乌市居民不满,批评当局过于扰民,实际改善民生的工作则做得不多。

有居民表示,由机场通往会场的主要道路,住户从前日起到博览会结束均被禁开窗。另一名市民说:“小贩都不让摆摊,怕影响市容,又要求各商户戴着红袖章搞联保。大家意见很大。没有几个人对政府满意,政府只管面子好看。”

大陆民间的不满,难以公开表达,乌市国际大巴扎等出售民族商品的店铺,当天被勒令停业一天。市民韩先生说,市内气氛明显紧张,连酒店门外都有特别措施:“现在酒店,附近的宾馆,每一个酒店门口都有很多的警察警戒,不让进出。特警、武警包括部队都是在巡逻。大巴扎集市关了,大巴扎的商铺强制放假。今天我想去买些东西,他们说别来了,统统都关了,强制放假。”

有网民对当局大张旗鼓地过度“维稳”,非常愤怒。署名“论坛骑士”的网民称,博览会是一个搞得大家鸡犬不宁的烂会,谁会去参观。

 

http://www.epochtimes.com/gb/11/9/1/n3360999.htm

China-Eurasia Expo Brings Beijing Olympic-Like Security to Xinjiang

By Li Ming
Epoch Times Staff Created: Sep 2, 2011 Last
Updated:
Sep 2, 2011

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While the first ever China-Eurasia Expo in the northwestern Chinese
autonomous region of Xinjiang is much celebrated by China’s communist
authorities, the expo has brought much inconvenience to the local Uyghur
residents ever since it opened on Thursday.

To eliminate any chance of
uprisings among a population that has long been discontent under the communist
regime’s suppression, Chinese authorities have stepped up security.

They
have deployed 20,000 troops, sent “anti-terror" vehicles to patrol on land,
deployed military aircraft to patrol from the
air, banned all flights into the Xinjiang
capital of Urumqi and its neighboring cities, forced many stores and restaurants to temporarily close down, dispersed
any crowd of 10 people or more, suspended local phone communications, and put
main airports throughout the country on high
alert.

“Vendors were removed for the fear that their stands would harm
the city’s image," a local resident told Radio Free China. “Store owners were
asked to wear red badges and to keep a lookout for possible suspects. Everyone
is complaining about the preventive measures. The government cares only about
its face.”

Another resident told the news agency that all major roads
between the airport and the expo are closed and that residents won’t be allowed
to open their residential windows until the
expo’s closing ceremony wraps up.

“Now wine shops and nearby hotels are
guarded by many police who prevent anybody from getting in or getting out," a
local resident surnamed Han said. “Armed police and armies are patrolling
everywhere. Downtown stores were forced to close down."

Although supposedly aimed to promote the
Uyghur-populated Urumqi to Central, West, and South Asian and European
countries, only a few Uyghur merchants were seen at the expo. Aside from them,
the only other Uyghurs were state-run media outlets’ reporters or government
officials, according to Reuters.

The RFA learned that stores throughout
the city that sell Uyghur crafts were forced to close ahead of the expo’s
opening ceremony. Upon the request of the Civil Aviation Administration, cargo
and mail deliveries are suspended from Aug. 27 to Sept. 7.

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original Chinese article.

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