上海大火4千万善款消失?受害人要真相 [Shanghai Fire Victims Claim Donations Were Embezzled]

上海大火4千万善款消失?受害人要真相 [Shanghai Fire Victims Claim
Donations Were Embezzled]

2010年11月15日,上海市静安区一幢28层教师公寓发生大火。(大纪元资料室)
【大纪元2011年09月07日讯】(大纪元记者洪宁报导)近日,上海“11•15”静安大火善后风波再起。灾后社会各界共捐款4,480万元,如今只有约420万元发放到受害人手中,另有4,000多万元去向不明。目前,21名受害人作为维权代表已委托律师追查善款去向,并要求当局将善款使用真相公布于众。

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–>2010年11月15日14:20分左右,上海静安区胶州路728号一幢28层高的公寓发生大火,事故中58人死亡,71人受伤,直接经济损失达1.58亿元。

捐款4,480万 只发420万 4,000万去向不明

《济南时报》报导称,据灾民不完全统计,捐款额有4,480多万元,且都明确了捐赠对象是受灾家庭或者受灾老人,但至今落实给灾民的总数却只有420万元。统计数据均来自于媒体公开报导。

这些捐款分别由上海慈善基金会、静安区民政局、静安区红十字会、上海慈善基金会静安分会等单位接收,但收取、汇总统计、将捐赠发放给灾民由静安区“11•15”火灾事故善后处置工作领导小组负责。

记者连通上海市政府信访办,工作人员拒绝回答相关问题。上海慈善基金会谘询部工作人员称不负责解释此事,并告知宣传部电话号码,记者多次拨打无人接听。

记者又连通上海市民政局总机欲接通慈善处,接线员迳自将电话转至负责对外发布信息的新闻处,工作人员称:“不能回答你的问题,负责对外发布信息的刘姓负责人没在”。

上海静安区曲先生接受采访时表示,大家早就预料到,所有为灾民的捐款都不可能真正补偿到民众手里。中国的慈善机构,就是中共打着善的名义敛财。

他说:“中国很多慈善机构的一把手,都是当局体制下的党政领导,体制决定着,他们要附着在人民身上吸血。”

灾民联名 要求当局公开善款去向

火灾发生后,当局给每位死者开出91.5万元的赔偿额,部份灾民拒绝接受。有评论指出,中产维权并不在乎赔偿金额多寡,而是以“打破沙盘问到底”的态度,要求公义和真相,在大陆,一旦走上维权路,维权者也就变成弱势群体。

据曲先生介绍,当局在灾后赔偿方面,一直是采取强硬高压、拖延的方式,欲将灾民心理及精力拖垮,有部份灾民不得已同意一些条款,实际上他们内心根本是不接受的。还有一部份受灾者,坚持维权,不接受当局给出的条件,走在艰难维权的路上。

河南郑州致力于公益事业的贾女士则态度鲜明地表示:“没有词语能够形容他们,他们吃的慈善款,吞的是人的良心,没有比这更恶毒的。”

目前,受灾者委托律师追查善款去向,联名要求善后领导小组公开捐赠来源、对像、及捐赠内容、以及发放额度和对像信息的相关书面材料,并要求上述接受处理这笔款项的政府部门,自觉履行相关发放的义务。

委托律师袁裕来通过微博表示:迄今,向静安区政府提出1份行政复议申请,向静安消防支队、静安区政府、静安区规土局、国务院、上海市消防局、上海市政府等提出7份政府信息公开申请。

北京一位不便具名的维权律师表示,善款的使用情况,从开始就不透明,不相信政府最终会将款项明细的真相公布于众。她同时指出,公众一直对善款的使用,存在诸多疑问,但始终找不到一个突破口。自郭美美事件之后,大陆慈善机构的信誉彻底破产,迫于公众的舆论压力,虽公开部份帐目,但都漏洞百出。

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Shanghai Fire Victims Claim Donations Were Embezzled

By Hong Ning
Epoch Times Staff Created: Sep 10, 2011 Last
Updated:
Sep 10, 2011

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On Nov. 15, 2010, a major fire broke out at a 28 story
apartment building for teachers in the Jingan
district of Shanghai. (Epoch Times photo archive)

After donations were received and some compensation paid after a major fire
disaster in Shanghai late last year, the victims’ families are wondering where
the rest of the money went. A total of 44.8 million yuan (US$7 million) was
donated to disaster victims, but they received only 4.2 million yuan, they wrote
in a letter.

The fire on Nov. 15, 2010, ravaged a 28-story high-rise in
Jingan District of Shanghai, leaving 58 dead and 71 injured. Direct economic
losses totaled 158 million yuan (US$24.7 million).

Wang Hong, one of the
survivors, led a group of 21 victims in sending an open letter to the Shanghai
local government asking them to make public information about donation
collection and distribution. The open letter also tabulated all donations
published by Shanghai newspapers and charity
organizations, adding up to 44.8 million yuan.

The letter added
that, up to now
only 4.2 million yuan of that has been paid out
. Part of the letter was published on the blog of the group’s lawyer,
Yuan Yulai.

The letter quickly drew the attention of Chinese media. Yuan
said on his blog on Sept. 7 that he had received requests for interview by 20
media outlets since the publication of the letter. Some media were told by the
authorities not to report it, he
said
.

The Jinan branch of the Shanghai Charity Foundation, a
regime-affiliated entity, said on Sept. 6 that 54.7 million was received in
donations, and that 28.35
million yuan was distributed
.

This did little to convince critics. Wang Hong, who organized the letter, questioned how the money was specifically distributed and why the Shanghai Charity Foundation could not provide an itemized list. He wondered why it was the Shanghai Charity Foundation that came out to clarify the matter, rather than a higher office. Wang further alleged
that vast sums had been embezzled
.

Neither the Shanghai Charity
Foundation nor the Shanghai Civil Affairs Bureau had answers to these concerns when contacted by The Epoch Times,
and declined comment.

Residents
contacted by The Epoch Times assumed that the money had disappeared into the
bureaucracy, and were bitter. Mr. Qu from Jingan district said: “Many Chinese
charities are led by officials in the Communist Party. The political system
determines that they will suck blood from the general public.”

After the
fire, the regime gave 915,000 yuan (US$143,000) to the relatives of each of the
deceased, but some victims’ families would not accept the money because they
felt it insufficient. Some eventually relented, while others are continuing to
fight for what they regard as a more just sum.

Ms. Jia from Zhengzhou,
Henan Province, who is involved in public welfare and has observed the
development of this case, was frustrated: “I can’t describe these actions with
words; they ate the charity money and swallowed human conscience.”

The
efforts by lawyer Yuan Yulai to trace the donations and payouts have not met
with success. Yuan keeps a running blog
of the alphabet soup of government departments he has contacted about it.

The faith of Chinese people in charities in the country, especially
those connected with anything official, is at an all-time low. In June of this
year a young woman named Guo Meimei, who identified herself as an affiliate with
the China Red Cross, flaunted her lavish lifestyle online. Chinese people saw in
those photos—pictured as she was, for example, with designer handbags and a
Maserati luxury vehicle worth a fortune—the
cold use of charity money on the high-life for the well-connected.

An
article in Chinese Economic Weekly on Sept. 6 reported that from June to August
of this year, mainland charities received 86 percent less in donations than the
same period last year.

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