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Post time 2007-3-28 17:43:36 |Display all floors

Wow, why the strident personal attack?

"People who make stupid statements lke that"
"You're obviously one of those people that..."

So, I am stupid?
So much for civil discourse.
Thanks man!

I simply expressed concern that a moderator would not only get involved in discussions (which has been expressed by others here) but also take such a provocative stand.
What's so stupid about that?

Now you ask, " If anyone has facts I'd be interested"
And I have asked asked for the truth not an unsubstantiated reeport of 150,000 on which you have based your premature judge and jury pronouncements of "blackmail".
I guess facts are also not necessary for you to claim such a provocative case against this woman. I don't understand why you were so quick to judge and convict this woman?

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Post time 2007-3-28 17:48:24 |Display all floors
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Post time 2007-3-28 17:51:17 |Display all floors
The comment is certainly not stupid and by association that IS exactly what you called  me.

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Post time 2007-3-28 18:02:22 |Display all floors

Back to the topic

From http://www.virtual-china.org/2007/03/another_chinese.html

On March 19 the China Legal Daily published what it claims is the first interview with the woman who owns the house. Her demand? To be given an apartment in the new building that is going up on the same spot, with comparable square footage to the house she now lives in.  This will be impossible, says the developer.  According to Chongqing law, says the article, there are three possible ways to compensate owners in this type of situation: 1) provide housing on the same spot; 2) provide housing in another spot; 3) provide a sum of money.  The city is only willing to provide Ms. Wu, the resident, with the third option, but she is not willing to accept a sum of money.  

Because the two parties cannot come to an agreement, they have not budged since relocation at the site started in September, 2004. although excavation of the worksite is already well underway..."On January 11, 2007, the developer brought an administrative action against Ms. Wu with the department responsible for relocation, the Chongqing Jiulongpo District Housing Management Bureau. The result was a demand for the resident being relocated to voluntarily move within 15 days and to return the house to be demolished by the developer. If the party being relocated  does not agree with this ruling he or she can file a suit with the Chongqing Jiulongpo District Court within 3 months or apply for a reconsideration within 60 days from the Chongqing Jiulongpo District Government or the Chongqing Municipal Housing Bureau.


Ms. Wu's response to the Legal Daily reporter: I simply won't accept this mistaken ruling!

The Jiulongpo District Housing Management Bureau says it will apply for a legal ruling to institute forced relocation.

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Post time 2007-3-28 18:09:05 |Display all floors

I am not sure this is the right case but...

One thing is for certain and that this is a step in the right direction for the people of China.
And goes a way to dispense with the naysayers who claim Chinese people have no rights. (let only property rights)

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