[发表评论] [查看此文评论]    蔡楚作品选编
[主页]->[独立中文笔会]->[蔡楚作品选编]->[挪威诺贝尔委员会2010年诺贝尔和平奖公告(图)]
蔡楚作品选编
·我的忧伤
·我守着
·人的权利
·礼拜堂内
·转移
·古隆中
·M像速写
·古长城
·荒凉
·岁月
·星空
·致岸
·黄色的悲哀
·微笑
·选择树--那些自称森林的形像﹐其实只是一株红罂粟。
·最初的啼叫--献给『野草』二十周年
·答明辉兄
·再答明辉兄
·献给『野草之路』
·怀 想
·别 梦 成 灰
·致 大 海——流星的歌
·追寻的灿烂——《邓垦诗选》读后——
·珍惜 ——园中野草渐离离、、、、、、
·结伴同行——赠茉莉、正明及笔友们
·漂 泊
·淺析中國的大話文化
·勇敢是信念和智慧的果实
· 寂 寞 ──戲贈某君
·給 北 風
·仲夏夢語
·嗩 吶
·黃色的悲哀
·題照_____夢斷香銷四十年、、、、、、
·悼彭总
·枪杆子下面
·題S君骨灰盒追記
·油油飯
·Lake Tahoe
·一生的愧疚------獻給吳爺爺的亡
·二 姨 婆
·五姨媽
·祭日
·自己的歌
·思念
·祖坟
·咏 荷 —— 答罗清和兄
·纽约问答
·日用品斷想
·等待
·全臺灣至少有一萬個人在用力寫詩的回應
·獨生子
·媽媽.我沒有紅領巾
·遥祭鲁连
·鳥語在說些什麼?
·"独生子"的对话
·不能失去自我
·我想她是舒卷的雲
·夢訪魯連居
·夜讀薛濤
·高湯:讀蔡楚詩「我想她是舒卷的雲」
·明天
·哭吴祖光、李慎之二老
·听郭生《洋菊花》
·月夜思
·己卯新秋送天一兄返美兼贈《龍門陣》數冊四首 1998年----殷明辉
·读蔡楚《我的忧伤》的断想 --陈墨
·硯冰: 讀蔡楚“我的憂傷”
·我与《野草》结缘
·思念 ●蔡 楚
·母親
·一個僑胞的話
·广场夜
·孔形拱橋
·長城浮想
·怀 秋
·回答------致诗友
·怀 秋
·如果风起
·殷明辉:酬寄蔡楚
·君山二妃庙坟
·酒愁
·水 ---台湾喜菡网站值月人献辞
·秋意
·无慧: 一生的追寻—— 蔡楚的诗——野草诗歌赏析之三
·偎依-----答台灣詩人喜菡"相信文學的心焓强梢愿糁顿艘赖?
·铁窗-----献给刘荻
·心事
·独立笔会笔友给笔会主席刘宾雁先生的慰问信
·黄翔日命名及诗房子剪彩仪式上的英文发言稿
·Lake Tahoe
·我想她是舒卷的云
·别梦成灰(带图片)
·五姨妈(图)
·怀秋(带图片)
·偎依(带图片)
·邹洪复:诗歌写作的支点——读蔡楚先生诗歌作品随感
·赠洪复
·选择树--那些自称森林的形像﹐其实只是一株红罂粟。
·诗《我的忧伤》(配图)
·人的权利(图)
[列出本栏目所有内容]
欢迎在此做广告
挪威诺贝尔委员会2010年诺贝尔和平奖公告(图)

   挪威诺贝尔委员会2010年诺贝尔和平奖公告(图)

   
   
   [日期:2010-10-09] 来源:独立中文笔会翻译 作者:挪威诺贝尔委员会 [字体:大 中 小]
   

   
   挪威诺贝尔委员会已经决定,将2010年诺贝尔和平奖授予刘晓波,以表彰他为中国基本人权所作的长期非暴力抗争。诺贝尔奖委员会长期以来就认为,人权与和平密切关联。这些基本权利正是诺贝尔创始人阿尔弗雷德·诺贝尔遗嘱中所写的“各民族间的兄弟情义”的先决条件。
   
   在过去的几十年,中国已经取得了史无前例的经济进步,现已成为世界第二大经济体,亿万人民已经摆脱贫困,政治参与的范围也在扩大。
   
   中国的新地位必须意味着增进的责任。中国违反了它所签署的几个国际协议,也违反它自己有关政治权利的规定。中国《宪法》第35条规定:“中华人民共和国公民有言论、出版、结社、游行、示威的自由。”实际上,这些自由已被证实明显地对中国公民的缩减了。
   
   过去二十多年,刘晓波已经成为要在中国应用这些基本人权的强有力发言人。他参与了1989年的天安门抗议;他是《零八宪章》的一位主要作者,这些权利的宣言发表于联合国《世界人权宣言》六十周年的2008年12月10日。次年,刘晓波以“煽动颠覆国家政权”被判处有期徒刑十一年并剥夺政治权利二年。刘晓波一直坚持这个判刑违反了中国自己的宪法和基本人权。
   
   在国内外的许多中国人正发动在中国建立普世人权的运动。刘晓波通过被判入狱的严厉惩罚,已经成为这个在中国争取人权的广泛斗争的最重要标志。
   奥斯陆,2010年10月8日
   
   (独立中文笔会翻译)
   -------------------------------------------------
   
   Announcement
   
   The Norwegian Nobel Committee
   
   The Nobel Peace Prize for 2010
   
   The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize for 2010 to Liu Xiaobo for his long and non-violent struggle for fundamental human rights in China. The Norwegian Nobel Committee has long believed that there is a close connection between human rights and peace. Such rights are a prerequisite for the “fraternity between nations” of which Alfred Nobel wrote in his will.
   
   Over the past decades, China has achieved economic advances to which history can hardly show any equal. The country now has the world’s second largest economy; hundreds of millions of people have been lifted out of poverty. Scope for political participation has also broadened.
   
   China’s new status must entail increased responsibility. China is in breach of several international agreements to which it is a signatory, as well as of its own provisions concerning political rights. Article 35 of China’s constitution lays down that “Citizens of the People’s Republic of China enjoy freedom of speech, of the press, of assembly, of association, of procession and of demonstration”. In practice, these freedoms have proved to be distinctly curtailed for China’s citizens.
   
   For over two decades, Liu Xiaobo has been a strong spokesman for the application of fundamental human rights also in China. He took part in the Tiananmen protests in 1989; he was a leading author behind Charter 08, the manifesto of such rights in China which was published on the 60th anniversary of the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the 10th of December 2008. The following year, Liu was sentenced to eleven years in prison and two years’ deprivation of political rights for “inciting subversion of state power”. Liu has consistently maintained that the sentence violates both China’s own constitution and fundamental human rights.
   
   The campaign to establish universal human rights also in China is being waged by many Chinese, both in China itself and abroad. Through the severe punishment meted out to him, Liu has become the foremost symbol of this wide-ranging struggle for human rights in China.
   
   Oslo, October 8, 2010
(2010/10/08 发表)

©Boxun News Network All Rights Reserved.
所有栏目和文章由作者或专栏管理员整理制作,均不代表博讯立场