Recently, Chinese national television was broadcast to Uighur students to receive so-called "professional training" in an attempt to clarify the ovary suppression at Uighur. Photograph: Reversal of the Jamestown Foundation
China has created a "recreation camp" in Xinjiang, holding Muslims in Uighur and even in Kazakhstan, which has attracted international attention. The Washington-based think tank, the Jamesamount Foundation, earlier reported that China's construction costs in Xinjiang Prison and peace-keeping facilities between 2016 and 2017 were 20 billion yuan, an increase of 213%.
CNN said the number of Uighurs and other Muslim minorities detained last year was 1 million and the victims claimed they had brainwashing. The British Government also confirmed at the end of October that these allegations were accurate.
The Chinese authorities initially strongly denied the allegations in the United Nations and later changed their minds by saying that these "recreation camps" are "vocational training institutes", arguing that students are very happy inside and can leave their freedom after completion course.
However, according to the analysis of Xinjiang's local budget documents, the Jamestown Foundation raised last year 92% of funding for peacekeeping in Wei'an, the administrative cost of the detention center by 239% and the judicial system by 118 %. . The most frequent increase was "other internal security expenditure", ie up to 351%.
What is even more interesting is that the cost of vocational training in Xinjiang in 2017 decreased by 7%.
Adrian Zenz, a researcher at the Jamestown Foundation who drew up the report, concluded that these events could not support the Chinese phrase that "provides local vocational training," on the contrary there were many. The disappearance of Muslims is almost certain to be placed in the "Reconstruction camp" from public security or the judiciary.
According to the Foundation's statistics, Xinjiang's per capita spending on home security and "other domestic security costs" in 2017 is unusually high. Photograph: Reversal of the Jamestown Foundation