Posted by: makkf | April 29, 2008

我被澳門拒絕入境的報導

南華早報
Two HK democrats banned from Macau

Macau authorities refused entry to two Hong Kong political figures yesterday ahead of the Olympic torch relay in the two cities this week.

Former legislator Michael Mak Kwok-fung and activist Chan Cheong, both members of the League of Social Democrats, were turned back despite being there, respectively, to attend a meeting and take a holiday.

It was the latest in a series of refusals of Hong Kong residents to enter Macau.

Earlier this month, league member Andrew To Kwan-hang was turned back when he tried to enter Macau on holiday with his wife. Some Falun Gong practitioners have also been turned away.

Speaking at the Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal after returning, Mr Mak said he was surprised about his treatment and believed it was linked to the Olympic torch relay, which will be held in Hong Kong on Friday and Macau on Saturday.

“While the Macau police did not give me any formal reason why I was refused entry, they appeared to deliberately let me overhear their conversation, with one officer telling the other that it was inappropriate for me to visit during the period of the relay,” Mr Mak said.

“This is completely ridiculous. How can they rob me of the right to travel? I was not going to stay in Macau and organise a protest. I was only going to attend a medical conference. I even bought a same-day-return ticket.”

Mr Mak planned to attend a half-day conference in Macau with about 30 members of the College of Mental Health Nursing, of which he is vice-president.

But after getting off the ferry he was told by Macau immigration that “my name was on the blacklist”, and promptly escorted to an interview room. The rest of the group continued to the conference.

While Mr Mak was in the interview room, Mr Chan, who arrived in Macau with his wife an hour after Mr Mak, was escorted into the same room.

Both were given an official letter saying they had been denied entry in accordance with an internal security law. Under that law, people considered unwelcomed, who could endanger Macau’s security or are linked to international terrorist groups are barred from visiting Macau.

A spokesman for security police said the city had the legal authority to refuse people entry.
The pair said they would complain to the Hong Kong government.

 

蘋果日報

澳門拒社民連兩成員入境 議員:打壓異見人士「交足功課」 

【本報訊】港府拒絕國殤之柱創作人高志活(Jens Galschiot)入境,被狠批將香港變成一國一制。澳門政府打壓異見人士手法更過份,昨在短短兩小時內先後拒絕兩名社會民主連線成員麥國風和陳昌入境觀光。澳門立法會議員吳國昌指這明顯是當地特首何厚鏵借奧運的「機遇」,交足功課向中央立功。

已列入內部保安名單

曾任本港立法會議員、現任灣仔區議員麥國風昨晨9時隨香港精神護理學院隊伍出發,到澳門出席一項由藥廠贊助的參觀醫院活動。麥國風10時抵達澳門,過關時被入境部門官員帶入調查室扣查。「佢話我個名澳門《內部保安綱要法》名單內,唔可以入境。」麥國風即時求見澳門出入境事務廳高級官員但被拒絕。他對澳門政府的決定表示失望及反感。一小時後,另一名社民連行政委員、前區議員陳昌和妻子抵達澳門旅遊,陳昌過境時同樣被帶走,在調查室與麥國風相遇。「我完全冇諗過示威,澳門政府使唔使咁驚青呀?」陳昌對被拒入境表示憤怒,批評澳門已變成警察城市。兩人下午乘船返港。

何厚鏵被指乘機邀功

澳門新聞局發言人回應查詢時表示,警方是根據《內部保安綱要法》及相關的法例,依法阻止有關人士入境。澳門立法會議員吳國昌表示,面對五一勞動節和5月3日傳送聖火這兩個重要日子,一直面臨管治危機的特首何厚鏵,無論如何都會把握機會,在對付異見人士的問題上交足功課,乘機向北京邀功,「總之澳門家有任何風吹草動,都係何厚鏵立功機會。」他指澳門政府當局雖有法理依據,禁止任何不受歡迎人士入境,但澳門5月3日傳送聖火時應不會有示威,質疑有關決定是否合理。
 
明報
社民連麥國風陳昌澳門拒入境 
 
【明報專訊】社民連副主席、灣仔區議員麥國風和常委陳昌昨日分別以不同原因前往澳門,但分別被拒絕入境,麥國風稱澳門當局指他已被列入「名單」中,一段時間內都不准入境。社民連主席黃毓民表示,會要求澳門特區政府解釋,他又相信社民連成員被拒入境,與五.一勞動節臨近,以及奧運聖火即將在澳門傳遞有關。

澳門去年五.一爆發大規模示威,並發生司警向天開鎗致流彈傷人事件,當時社民連成員亦到澳門聲援勞工界人士。

告知已被列入「名單」

麥國風昨日隨香港精神健康護理學院精神科護士一行,乘船到澳門作學術交流,但麥國風抵達澳門即被扣留,並接到一份拒絕入境通知書。對方表示麥已被列入「名單」,不能讓他入境,麥國風要求會見出入境事務廳高級官員,但被拒絕。差不多同一時間,陳昌與家人打算到澳門遊玩,亦被拒入境。

社民連去年5.1 曾聲援澳門工人黃毓民指出,相信是因為社民連去年五.一到澳門聲援工人,所以被列入黑名單。澳門警方消息稱,他們是根據澳門特別行政區內部保安綱要法及相關法律規定,依法阻止麥國風進入澳門特區。
 
東方日報
麥國風赴澳門被拒入境 
 
【本報訊】社民連副主席麥國風及常委陳昌昨早先後到澳門參加交流及遊覽時被拒入境,社民連主席黃毓民對事件感氣憤,認為澳門當局因擔心該會成員趁奧運聖火傳送期間到當地「搞搞震」,才拒絕兩人入境,他稍後會向澳門當局跟進了解。另外,丹麥駐港領事館對國民高志活(Jens Galschiot )日前被拒進入本港感不滿,將於今日或明日會見保安局局長李少光,要求港府就事件提供實質理據。

麥國風昨早約十時隨香港精神健康護理學院一行廿多名護士,乘船抵達澳門準備參觀仁伯爵醫院及拜訪利民會。當辦理入境手續時,澳門入境人員把他們帶進會面室,並遞上一份拒絕入境通知書,上面列明基於《澳門特別行政區內部保安綱要法》拒絕他入境。麥指,一直奉公守法,在任何地方包括澳門從無犯罪紀錄,過去亦未曾發生被拒進入澳門。

丹麥不滿港逐高志活

澳門治安警發言人郭瑞玲稱,昨早確有兩名港人被拒入境。但對於兩人是否已被列入「黑名單」,郭則未有回應。

另外,丹麥駐港總領事麥國禮昨接受電話查詢時稱,港府就本月廿六日國際組織「橙色運動」發起人、國殤之柱創作人高志活入境的處理手法欠佳,認為當局拒絕對方入境前,應先知會丹麥駐港領事館,讓領事館安排律師協助,他要求與李少光直接對話了解。
 

 

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