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These efforts have been dramatically scaled up since late , when Communist Party Secretary Chen Quanguo relocated from the Tibet Autonomous Region to assume leadership of Xinjiang.
These rampant abuses violate fundamental rights to freedom of expression, religion, and privacy, and protections from torture and unfair trials. The Chinese government is conducting a mass, systematic campaign of human rights violations against Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang in northwestern China. This report is primarily based on interviews with 58 former residents of Xinjiang, including 5 former detainees and 38 relatives of detainees. Among the interviewees, 19 people had left Xinjiang since January Interviewees come from all 14 prefectures in Xinjiang.
Since then, the number of people formally arrested has leaped three-fold compared to the previous five-year period, according to official figures and estimates by the nongovernmental organization Chinese Human Rights Defenders. Those detained have been denied due process rights and suffered torture and other ill-treatment. International media attention on Xinjiang has thus far focused on the political education camps. Although the Chinese government provides no public information on the number of detainees in these camps, credible estimates place the number in these camps at around one million.
It is not uncommon to find Uyghurs, particularly from Hotan and Kashgar in southern Xinjiang, — perceived by the authorities as anti-government hotspots — reporting that half or more of their immediate family members are in a mix of political education camps, pre-trial detention, and prison. For example, an interviewee said her husband, his 4 brothers, and their 12 nephews — that is, all the men in the family — have been detained in political education camps since There have been reports of deaths in the political education camps, raising concerns about physical and psychological abuse, as well as stress from poor conditions, overcrowding, and indefinite confinement.
While basic medical care is available, people are held even when they have serious illnesses or are elderly; there are also children in their teens, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and people with disabilities. Former detainees reported suicide attempts and harsh punishments for disobedience in the facilities. In recent years the Chinese government has devoted enormous financial, human, and technical resources for social control in Xinjiang.