Chinese Passengers Relatives Threaten A Hunger Strike In Malaysia


Chinese Passengers Relatives Threaten A Hunger Strike In Malaysia: Relatives of Chinese passengers who were flying in Malaysia Airlines plane MH730 disappeared ten days ago and have threatened Tuesday to do a Hunger Strike if the Malaysian Government does not tell the truth about the fate that have had their relatives.

What we want is the truth “ , said a woman relative of one of the more than 150 Chinese flying in the Boeing 777-200 ER which made route between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing , after meeting with representatives of the Government Chinese who have come to Beijing hotel where they hope their relatives.

” No matter what political party you are , no matter how much power you have, if you have no life, what ‘s the point? . Where is the compassion? ” Added the woman.

“Respect life, give us back our family ,” asked another of the family of one of the passengers . “We will do a hunger strike ,” he added. “Families are about to collapse.

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There are many families that are coming and going, some have had to go,” he explained. “Young people can stay , but older and have collapsed ,” he shouted while representatives left the hotel.

Ten days after the flight track just one hour after it took off in the Malaysian capital was lost , hundreds of relatives of passengers still expected in a hotel in Beijing to the Malaysian authorities to give them more information.

They have shown their grief and anger at the government and its representatives have requested a meeting with the Ambassador of Malaysia in China is held.

” Whenever you are taking a step forward and one back. Believe that the government ( the Malaysian ) heart knows why we want to answer . Mitiendo Because we are , telling lies ,” said another of the relatives.

The Chinese authorities have repeatedly called on the Malaysian government to do their job better when caring for relatives of Chinese passengers and give them updated information.

The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Hong Lei repeated that his Cabinet has required both the Government and the Malaysian airline to “Rapidly respond to reasonable requests of the Chinese family .” Meanwhile , the Chinese airline representative has said that the information given to relatives of the passengers is “beyond ” his control.

“I can take criticism and errors that you stress you . But the problem is that we really have access to some of the information and material ( about the missing plane ) ,” he assured. ” From my position , really , I can not access. And I ask you to forgive me ,” he added.

MEETING WITH THE AMBASSADOR: Before representatives of the Chinese Cabinet withdrew , many of the families of passengers awaiting information help and have asked others reiterated their request for a meeting with the Malaysian ambassador to Beijing.

“Keep complaining , repeten life , do not let ( passengers ) are victims of politics.Tell us the truth! ” Have screamed.

“We have not decided whether to go to the Embassy , but we ask the Malaysian ambassador and representatives of the Malaysian government to come and answer questions from families, to give us any information ,” said the father of one of the passengers . “They’re quiet , they never tell us the truth,” he added.

GOVERNMENT SANCTIONS: Outrage has also spread through social networks, where many citizens of the Asian giant have asked their government to impose sanctions on Malaysia for its mishandling of the incident.

” Malaysia knew the plane had changed direction , but hid it . Knew I was not in the South China Sea and still let everyone seek there for days. Still tucking And all kinds of information,” says one from the comments posted on the net for ‘ micro-blogging ‘ Weibo , similar to Twitter. “That scoundrel Government really should be punished .”